Hardball Talk "It was announced Saturday that the Brewers were shutting down Matt Garza and his 5.63 ERA for the remainder of the 2015 season. The right-hander got hammered for five runs on seven hits and four walks in the first half of a doubleheader Saturday afternoon against the Reds and Brewers manager Craig..." September 07
Matt Garza being shut down for rest of the season, Craig Counsell says. Want to look at other options.
Hardball Talk "Right-hander Matt Garza is off the disabled list and back in the Brewers’ rotation after missing the past two weeks with shoulder tendinitis. Garza missed the minimum 15 days, which is noteworthy because the Brewers would clearly love to trade him before July 31 if possible and this gives him a..." July 21
Hardball Talk "Matt Garza‘s horrible season now includes a trip to the disabled list, as the Brewers placed the struggling right-hander on the shelf with shoulder tendinitis. Garza signed a four-year, $50 million deal with Milwaukee last offseason and was his usual self in Year 1, logging 163 innings with a..." July 06
Fox Sports Wisconsin "Maybe it was wishful thinking, but the possibility of right-hander Matt Garza returning to the Milwaukee Brewers after the minimum 15-day stay on the disabled list seemed too good to be true. As it turns out, it was an unrealistic expectation. Garza has yet to throw a baseball since a..." August 12
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "The Brewers haven't made an official announcement yet but manager Ron Roenicke indicated on his weekly radio show Tuesday morning that it is likely right-hander Matt Garza will go on the disabled list with a left oblique strain. Garza left his start after six innings Sunday in St. Louis with..." August 05
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "An on-point Matt Garza is definitely a good thing for the Milwaukee Brewers. The right-hander delivered his best start since his first of the season Monday night, limiting the Minnesota Twins to six hits and two walks over 61/3 shutout innings in an eventual 6-2 victory at Miller Park. "Baby..." June 03
Last thing #Brewers needed. Matt Garza coming out of game in 4th inning with something wrong with pitching hand, perhaps a blister.
MLB.com "He was close on Thursday, but Matt Garza was not a Brewer just yet. On Thursday evening the team took the rare step of releasing a statement to respond to reports, including from Ken Rosenthal of MLB Network and FOXSports.com, that the sides were in agreement on a four-year, $52 million..." January 25
Hardball Talk "Now that Masahiro Tanaka is off the market the other starting pitching dominoes can begin falling and Ken Rosenthal of FOXSports.com reports that the Brewers have agreed to a four-year, $52 million contract with right-hander Matt Garza. That’s quite a bit less than most projections pegged Garza..." January 23
Los Angeles Times "The New York Yankees’ signing of Japanese pitching sensation Masahiro Tanaka to a reported seven-year, $155-million deal on Wednesday doesn’t really change much for the Angels in their pursuit of a starting pitcher. Though the Angels scouted Tanaka thoroughly and liked him a lot, they did not..." January 22
Word from MLB contact: #MNTwins again kicking tires on Garza. Willing to pay high $. But same concern as before: don't want to do big years.
#Angels are among the clubs talking to Matt Garza. Would slot in behind Weaver and Wilson as a nice No. 3.
If #Dbacks decide there is not a match right now for a trade for a pitcher they could make a run at free agent RHP Matt Garza.
CBS Sports "The Twins are said by people familiar with their situation to have inquired about just about every available starting pitcher. Although Bronson Arroyo, Ricky Nolasco and ex-Twin Matt Garza have been linked to the Twins most often, they've also inquired about other top starters like Ervin Santana..." November 26
Matt Garza, Masahiro Tanaka not #Rangers targets. Jon Daniels: “We’re not right now looking to give out a big multiyear deal for a starter."
SB Nation "Free agent starting pitcher Matt Garza's elbow is injury-free and should not dissuade any clubs interested in signing him, reports Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports. Garza missed the second half of the 2012 season with the Cubs after suffering a stress reaction in his right elbow. Furthermore, he..." November 10
CBS Sports "The Yankees have been discussing several big-name free agents -- including new ones Jacoby Ellsbury, Matt Garza and Stephen Drew -- as they weigh how to remake their team. The Yankees are still aiming to cut their payroll from $230 million to below $189 million, but with several free agents and..." November 01
Matt Garza will start Wednesday for #Rangers if they win tonight.
Alexi Ogando scratched for Monday start. Matt Garza starts that day Tuesday is TBD.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Matt Garza's displeasure with Eric Sogard over his seventh-inning squeeze bunt Saturday afternoon apparently spilled over onto Twitter as the right-hander attacked Sogard and the A's infielder's wife Kaycee. A string of messages from the Garza account @Gdueceswild slammed Sogard after..." August 04
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "If for some reason anyone was waffling as to whether Matt Garza is a fierce competitor he delivered an intense postgame news conference Wednesday night to close his case. “I hate losing” Garza said. “It’s not fun. Who wants to come here and lose? I think everyone at this level has that edge...." July 25
Source confirms @Ken_Rosenthal report that Matt Garza is headed from the Cubs to the Rangers.
CBS Sports "Cubs starting pitcher Matt Garza was scheduled to pitch tonight against the Arizona Diamondbacks, but that is no longer the case. He's been scratched from the lineup and a trade to the Texas Rangers is close, confirms Jon Heyman. Garza, 29, is 6-1 with a 3.17 ERA, 1.14 WHIP and 62 strikeouts in..." July 22
Chicago Tribune "Chicago Cubs pitcher Matt Garza was traded Monday to the Texas Rangers for five prospects, the team confirmed. The Cubs and Rangers finally worked out the details of a trade that will send third baseman Mike Olt and right-handed pitchers C.J. Edwards and Justin Grimm, plus two players to be..." July 22
Chicago Tribune "Matt Garza's stay in Chicago was extended for at least another day, leaving him on schedule to pitch Monday night against the Diamondbacks. A trade to the Rangers allegedly was “close” according to a report Friday morning, but Garza was still in the dugout being Garza during Saturday night’s..." July 21
CBS Sports "The Rangers and Cubs were set back on the Matt Garza talks to the point where the Rangers are now viewed as only one of many teams now in the mix for the star righthander. The impressions left now is Texas and Chicago made no progress in overcoming the snag that derailed a deal for Garza Friday..." July 21
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Ross Wolf will be the Texas Rangers’ starting pitcher Saturday night at Rangers Ballpark, technically in place of the infirmed Nick Tepesch. But Wolf will also be starting in place of Matt Garza, whom the Rangers had hoped to acquire from the Chicago Cubs so that he could start against the..." July 20
ESPN Chicago "The Chicago Cubs told Matt Garza's agent that they would trade the right-hander to add inventory for the future, Garza told ESPNChicago.com's Bruce Levine on Friday. "They told my agent [earlier in the week] that they were going to move me," Garza said. "They said as much as they like me they..." July 19
Sources: Cubs-Rangers deal for Garza hits snag, no longer a certainty. While teams still negotiating, Chicago seeking alternatives to Texas.
Chicago Tribune "The Cubs are close to a deal that would send Matt Garza to Texas for prospects, according to a report from Foxsports.com. Garza is expected to be dealt before his next start on Monday in Arizona, after going 5-0 with a 1.24 earned-run average in his last six starts, becoming the top available..." July 19
WEEI Boston "With FoxSports.com reporting the Rangers are perhaps on the verge of acquiring Cubs starter Matt Garza (with the Dodgers still believed to be in the mix), industry sources explained that the Red Sox hadn’t been deep into negotiations for the pitcher due to their unwillingness to part with any..." July 19
CBS Sports "The Rangers, Indians and Diamondbacks are among several teams in on the sweepstakes for Cubs right-hander Matt Garza, the clear No. 1 pitcher on the trade market, while the Red Sox are a team that's said to be thinking about it. The Rangers, a team deep in prospects, with a rotation in flux (Yu..." July 17
CSN Chicago "After spending a good portion of Monday working the phones, here is the latest on the Cubs' prospects for dealing Matt Garza. It appears Texas, St. Louis, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Toronto and the Los Angeles Dodgers are the strongest pursuers, but a handful of other teams have at least shown cursory..." July 16
NESN "The chances of seeing Matt Garza in a Red Sox uniform are suddenly looking very slim. Garza, whom the Red Sox were reportedly in the running to acquire before the trade deadline, is now too expensive for Boston, an industry source told CSNNE.com’s Sean McAdam. According to McAdam, the Cubs are..." July 16
New York Post "I asked six personnel heads who they thought would be the best player traded before the July 31 deadline and where he would go, and, unanimously, it was Matt Garza to the Rangers. Not long ago, there was a sense the market could have glamour with David Price or Giancarlo Stanton, Cliff Lee or..." July 16
Chicago Tribune "Few starting pitchers are as engaged in every game as Cubs starter Matt Garza, whose status remains in doubt as trade rumors swirl. "He's a leader in this clubhouse," pitcher Jeff Samardzija said. "He leads by example. Obviously he can talk a little bit. But that's not his main point. He does..." July 15
ESPN "Many of the same teams that have had strong interest in Chicago Cubs right-hander Matt Garza were on hand to watch his outing on Saturday night at Wrigley Field. The Texas Rangers and Toronto Blue Jays remain the front-runners for a trade with Chicago, according to industry sources. The Boston..." July 15
ESPN Dallas "Many of the same teams that have had strong interest in Chicago Cubs right-hander Matt Garza were on hand to watch his outing on Saturday night at Wrigley Field. The Texas Rangers and Toronto Blue Jays remain the front-runners for a trade with Chicago, according to industry sources. The Boston..." July 14
With 18 days to go before the trade deadline, other teams say the Cubs' asking price for Matt Garza remains very high.
Fox Sports "When the Indians acquired right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez at the 2011 non-waiver deadline, their farm system was the seventh-best in the majors, according to the preseason rankings in Baseball America. Jimenez, meanwhile, was no mere rental — he was under club control, at below-market salaries,..." July 12
Michigan Live "The Detroit Tigers already have one of baseball's best rotations. But ESPN.com's Jim Bowden has an idea that may solidify it as No. 1, and also help shore up the Tigers' bullpen needs. In his annual "blockbuster trades I'd like to see" piece, Bowden suggests Detroit trades starter Rick..." July 11
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "The word Tuesday was that the Texas Rangers are interested in pitcher Matt Garza. Of course they are. The Rangers have been interested in Garza since the night he beat them in Minnesota in September of 2007. Their attraction only grew during the three seasons that the right-hander spent leading..." July 10
CBS Sports "The Indians seek a starting pitcher and have held discussions about Matt Garza and Yovani Gallardo. It's no surprise the Indians would like to add a starter. The twist is that they are limiting themselves to a top-of-the-rotation type. The Indians want someone to "pair with ace [All-Star]..." July 09
Chicago Tribune "The Matt Garza trade saga has played out over two seasons on the North Side, but never has Garza been as in demand as he is now in his waning days as a Cub. Should the Cubs give Garza an extension, as optimistic Cubs fans are hoping, or deal him for some top prospects, as most realistic fans..." July 09
CBS Sports "In what could be a dramatic turnaround, the Cubs are now considering keeping righthanded starter Matt Garza on the North Side of Chicago. Cubs officials recently have broached such a possibility, and while a trade still remains an option for Garza, for the first time in more than a year there..." July 08