John Mayberry RUMORS & NEWS

  • Tigers sign OF Mayberry Jr. to minor-league deal

    Detroit News "The Tigers continue to look for a potential upgrade in left field. On Wednesday, they settled for some outfield depth when they signed veteran John Mayberry Jr. to a minor-league contract, according to a source with knowledge of the Tigers moves. Mayberry gets an invitation to spring..." January 14

  • Mets designate John Mayberry, Jr. for assignment

    Hardball Talk "After acquiring Juan Uribe and Kelly Johnson from the Braves on Friday night, the Mets have designated John Mayberry, Jr. for assignment in order to clear room on their 40-man roster. The Mets gave Mayberry a one-year, $1.45 million contract over the winter in hopes that he would provide some..." July 25

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    Joel Sherman @Joelsherman1

    Can confirm @JonHeymanCBS #Mets close to 1-yr major league deal with John Mayberry Jr.

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    Jim Salisbury @JSalisburyCSN

    Phils prefer to trade John Mayberry over JP Crawford

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    Joel Sherman @Joelsherman1

    #Phillies and John Mayberry avoid arbitration. He gets $1,587,500.

  • Phillies seeking a Mayberry upgrade

    Philly.com "When the Phillies offered John Mayberry Jr. a contract through arbitration, it did not guarantee his return to the 2014 team. Given the way team officials have spoken at this week's winter meetings, they are actively seeking his replacement. "I still see us possibly getting in piece for the..." December 11

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    Matt Gelb @magelb

    Amaro said he plans to tender John Mayberry Jr. a contract through arbitration.

  • Mayberry's walk-off grand slam lifts Phils 7-3 over Marlins

    Philly.com "CHARLIE MANUEL said the following about home runs on Monday night: "It's a great way of scoring quick." The 69-year-old manager was correct, of course. But there's another thing about home runs, especially when they're hit by the home team in an extra-inning game: They can end the game quick,..." June 05

  • Mayberry leads Phillies past Indians 6-2

    Philly.com "The Phillies insisted before the game that revenge wasn't the motive, only the chance to get closer to .500. Afterward, Kevin Frandsen admitted that consecutive routs in Cleveland two weeks ago served as a motivating force. After being outscored by 20-2 by the Indians in two games, the..." May 15