MLB Trade Rumors "Freddy Garcia is headed back to the Braves on a minor league deal, reports Jerry Crasnick of ESPN (on Twitter). The 37-year-old Garcia is a client of the Legacy Agency. Garcia struggled in 53 innings with the Orioles last season, posting a 5.77 ERA with a 26-to-12 K:BB ratio before being..." January 24
#braves have shown interest in a return for freddy garcia. Nothing set yet tho.
Indications are that #Braves are leaning toward Freddy Garcia to start Game 4. Has not been officially decided.
As expected Fredi said Wood's move to the pen makes Freddy Garcia a definite candidate to start Game 4 of the NLDS. #Braves
MLB.com "The Orioles traded veteran Freddy Garcia to the Braves on Friday afternoon in exchange for cash considerations. The 36-year-old Garcia went 3-5 with a 5.77 ERA in 11 games (10 starts) with the Orioles this year and was pitching at the team's Triple-A affiliate in Norfolk. He last pitched for..." August 23
RHP Freddy Garcia has opted out of his contract and signed a new minor league deal with the Orioles.
MLB.com "Seeking to bolster their overworked bullpen, the Orioles optioned Freddy Garcia and recalled rookie Kevin Gausman from Triple-A Norfolk prior to Monday's series opener against the Indians. The veteran Garcia lasted 2 1/3 innings against Toronto on Sunday, surrendering seven earned runs in the..." June 25
CSN Baltimore "Freddy Garcia was terrific for six innings on Saturday. He certainly earned another start and maybe more, but don’t count on Garcia as a mainstay in the Orioles’ rotation. One of the weaknesses of the Orioles’ rotation has been its inability to go deep in games. For a moment, Garcia looked as..." May 05
MLB.com "The Padres released veteran pitcher Freddy Garcia on Sunday. Garcia, 36, was in camp on a Minor League contract. He was 1-4 with an 8.71 ERA in six appearances over 20 2/3 innings for the Padres this spring. In his last start for San Diego, the right-hander allowed three home runs in five..." March 24
Gaslamp Ball "Freddy Garcia got off to a rough start in his Cactus League debut today. In the first inning, he gave up a three-run bomb to his former teammate Raul Ibanez amidst five straight hits. Altogether, he gave up five runs (one unearned) on five hits and a hit batsman. Ibanez, Kyle Seager, and Robert..." February 25