Jesse Chavez RUMORS & NEWS

  • Toronto deals reliever Liam Hendriks to Oakland for RHP Jesse Chavez

    Sportsnet "The Toronto Blue Jays reacquired right-hander Jesse Chavez from the Oakland Athletics for reliever Liam Hendriks on Friday, adding some starting depth to a rotation in need of it. Chavez went 7-15 with a 4.18 ERA in 157 innings over in 30 games, 26 of them starts, last season. He’s headed into..." November 21

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    Jeff Passan @JeffPassan

    Sources: Multiple teams have showed significant trade interest in Jesse Chavez. A's could move him after agreeing to terms with Rich Hill.

  • A's Chavez out for rest of season with rib fracture

    CSN Bay Area "The A’s starting rotation absorbed yet another injury hit Tuesday, as manager Bob Melvin announced to reporters that Jesse Chavez will miss the rest of the season with a non-displaced rib fracture. Cody Martin, who made a one-start cameo with Oakland on Sept. 1, will be promoted to start in..." September 16

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    Jane Lee @JaneMLB

    The A's are saying Jesse Chavez has a non-displaced rib fracture. Melvin confirms he won't pitch again this season.

  • A's, Chavez agree to terms on 1-year, $2.15-million deal

    The Score "The Oakland Athletics avoided arbitration with right-hander Jesse Chavez by agreeing to a one-year, $2.15-million deal Monday, according to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports. Chavez, 31, is one of the few players to survive the radical offseason overhaul orchestrated by general manager Billy Beane, and..." January 12

  • Jesse Chavez sharp as A's beat White Sox

    San Francisco Chronicle "Monday night was Jesse Chavez's turn - not simply to pitch, but to send another parade of hitters trudging back to the dugout in frustration. It's a familiar scene these days in Oakland. The A's won again, their fifth consecutive victory, this time 5-4 over the White Sox. Chavez threw eight..." May 13

  • A's Jesse Chavez ignored thin chances to become starter

    San Francisco Chronicle "After kicking around the fringes of the major leagues for six years, during which his wife, Crystal, worked as a longshoreman to help support the family, Jesse Chavez finally has a home in a starting rotation. Finding such a spot at the age of 30 is most unusual, but there's not much in the way..." April 09

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