Taijuan Walker RUMORS & NEWS

  • Mariners GM says Taijuan Walker will not be traded

    Larry Brown Sports "Unfortunately, it looks as though Walker, Texas Ranger will remain just a TV series for the foreseeable future. Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto said on Friday that the team will not be moving young right-hander Taijuan Walker at the trade deadline, per Ken Rosenthal of FOX..." July 30

  • Mariners’ Taijuan Walker drawing ‘strong interest’

    MLB Daily Dish "Seattle Mariners’ right-hander Taijuan Walker is drawing “strong interest” on the trade market, per USA Today’s Bob Nightengale. The 23-year-old is slated to throw a bullpen session in front of scouts on Friday at Wrigley Field. The Chicago Cubs and Texas Rangers are among the clubs that have..." July 29

  • Walker wearing boot on sore right foot

    MLB.com "Taijuan Walker was sporting a boot on his sore right foot on Friday to help alleviate the tendinitis in his arch that has been nagging him the last month, but the Mariners hope to get the young right-hander back in their rotation later this month. The news was also positive with long-injured..." July 16

  • Encouraging development for injured Mariners starter Taijuan Walker

    Seattle Times "Mike Montgomery’s dazzling performance Sunday wasn’t the only encouraging news of the day for the Mariners’ banged-up starting rotation. A foot specialist in Charlotte confirmed the diagnosis of tendinitis — nothing more serious — in right-hander Taijuan Walker’s right foot, an encouraging..." July 10

  • Mariners ‘leaning toward’ Thursday start for Walker

    Tacoma News Tribune "Help is on the way. If all goes as Mariners manager Scott Servais said he expects, Taijuan Walker should be ready to make his next start on Thursday when the Mariners host the Baltimore Orioles. Walker missed his last start because of tendinitis in his right foot. Both he and Wade Miley..." June 27

  • Taijuan Walker 'full go' for Sunday start vs. Red Sox

    MLB.com "Taijuan Walker threw a flat-ground session prior to Thursday's series finale with the Rays at Tropicana Field and said he's full go for Sunday's start against the Red Sox after coming out early in his last outing due to tendinitis in the arch of his right foot. The hard-throwing 23-year-old..." June 16

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