Kurt Suzuki RUMORS & NEWS

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    Susan Slusser @susanslusser

    Kurt Suzuki has a one-year deal with the #Twins. #Athletics

  • Suzuki could be Soto’s partner as Rangers catching duo

    MLB.com "With more catchers coming off the market, the Rangers are looking at Kurt Suzuki to partner with Geovany Soto behind the plate for them in 2014. Suzuki was the Athletics starting catcher from 2008-12 before being traded to the Nationals. The Athletics then acquired him on Aug 23, this past..." December 03

  • Cubs looking at Kurt Suzuki as one option at catcher

    CSN Chicago "The Cubs don’t plan to make a huge investment in a free-agent catcher like Brian McCann or Jarrod Saltalamacchia. Instead, sources say, the Cubs have Kurt Suzuki on their radar as they try to find a catcher to complement building-block piece Welington Castillo. Suzuki, 30, has built up a..." November 13

  • Kurt Suzuki coming back to the A's

    San Francisco Chronicle "It has yet to be announced but the A's have swung a deal with the Nationals to bring their former catcher Kurt Suzuki back to the team according to multiple sources. Suzuki who was in Chicago on Thursday is expected to be in uniform for Friday's game at Baltimore. The A's are down to one..." August 23

  • Wilson Ramos, Kurt Suzuki catching onto dual role

    Washington Times "Wilson Suzuki? Kurt Ramos? Kurtson Ramsuki? Just who is catching for the Nationals these days? For the time being, a different guy every night. Tuesday night, as the Nats opened a homestand against the Chicago White Sox, it was Wilson Ramos. Wednesday night, it will be Kurt Suzuki. Faced with a..." April 10

  • Washington Nationals' Davey Johnson And Dan Haren On Nats' Catcher Kurt Suzuki

    Federal Baseball "Nats' skipper Davey Johnson talked catching before Wednesday afternoon's game against the Miami Marlins. Wilson Ramos, the Washington Nationals' 70-year-old manager said, was probably a week away from entering the lineup as a designated hitter. "He's going through some testing today," Johnson..." February 28