Logan Forsythe RUMORS & NEWS

  • Rays close to signing Logan Forsythe to 2-year, $10.25 million extension

    MLB Daily Dish "The Rays are close to finalizing a 2-year, $10.25 million extension with infielder Logan Forsythe, according to major-league sources. The deal includes a club option for a third season, extending Tampa's control over the infielder by one season. The deal was first reported by Marc Topkin of the..." January 15

  • Rays, Logan Forsythe mutually interested in extension

    MLB Daily Dish "The Rays and infielder Logan Forsythe have preliminary mutual interest in a contract extension, according to multiple industry sources. It is currently unclear if the sides have had any talks about a long-term deal. Forsythe, 28, is entering the arbitration process for the second time in his..." November 10

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    Ken Rosenthal @Ken_Rosenthal

    #Padres make trade with #Rays official - LHP Torres and RHP Hahn to SD for IFs Forsythe and Tissenbaum and RHPs Andriese, Boxberger, Lollis.

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    Tyler Emerick @

    Bud Black announces #Padres Logan Forsythe will be out at least 6 weeks w/ foot injury. Will be in boot for next 3 weeks.

  • Forsythe D.L. candidate as Quentin, Cashner pass test

    San Diego Union-Tribune "Andrew Cashner and Carlos Quentin took positive steps Tuesday toward manning spots on the Opening Day roster. But Logan Forsythe appears to be headed for the disabled list rather than subbing for Chase Headley at the start of the season. The plantar fasciitis in Forsythe’s right foot flared..." March 27

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    Corey Brock @

    Bad news on Padres 3B Logan Forsythe (plantar fasciitis, right foot). Had a setback, was in a lot of pain. Looks like a DL situation.

  • Padres' Forsythe out 3-4 days with plantar fasciitis

    San Diego Union-Tribune "The Padres have possibly suffered their first significant injury of the spring. Infielder Logan Forsythe will miss at least three to four days with plantar fasciitis. “He’s got a foot issue and we’re going to stay away from it for three or four days,” Padres manager Bud Black said after..." March 10