Roberto Hernandez RUMORS & NEWS

  • Astros activate infielder Jed Lowrie, designate veteran pitcher Roberto Hernandez for assignment

    Houston Chronicle "Soon after they regained the lead in the American League West, another intriguing competition developed inside the Astros’ clubhouse Wednesday night after manager A.J. Hinch announced that Jed Lowrie will be activated from the disabled list. Lowrie, who began the season as the starting..." July 30

  • Hernandez, Rays keep rolling with 5-2 win over Arizona

    Tampa Tribune "He threw strikes got outs on ground balls and gave his team a chance to win which is everything the Tampa Bay Rays wanted from Roberto Hernandez when they signed him as a free agent in the offseason. Even so he could have made his last start for a while. Hernandez who appears to be the odd..." July 31

  • Rays' Hernandez dominates Marlins in 3-1 victory

    Tampa Tribune "Pounding pitch after pitch down into the strike zone, Roberto Hernandez found a groove and stuck with it nearly to the end. Hernandez looked nearly unhittable for most of Wednesday's game, allowing just three base runners in a dominant performance in Tampa Bay's 3-1 victory against Miami in..." May 30

  • Tampa Bay Rays’ Hernandez has difficult outing

    Tampa Tribune "Just when Roberto Hernandez appeared to squeeze all the suspense out of the Rays’ biggest remaining decision of spring training, he may have left the clubhouse door ajar for Jeff Niemann. The 32-year-old right-hander was cruising along Tuesday with four shutout innings against the Phillies in..." March 27

  • Rays may use Niemann, Hernandez in rotation

    Tampa Bay Times "So the best decision in the fifth-starter competition between Jeff Niemann and Roberto Hernandez might be to not really make a decision and end up using both. Manager Joe Maddon said Saturday that they'll make their call by midweek, and whoever isn't picked will go to the bullpen. That's not..." March 24

  • Rays' Hernandez making up for lost time

    Tampa Tribune "Joe Maddon watches Roberto Hernandez pitch this spring, and the Rays manager feels like he's back in 2007. Back then, Hernandez was known as Fausto Carmona, one of the best young right-handers in the game. His slider was unhittable and his future seemed limitless. "He's even better than I..." March 06