Figgy Needs A New Giggy: Marlins Release Utility ManThe downfall of Chone Figgins continued Wednesday after being released by the Miami Marlins, according to the Miami Herald.
Marlins Reel In Figgy On Minor League DealFormer Mariners utility player Chone Figgins is hoping to turn his career around with the Miami Marlins after agreeing to a minor league deal that includes an invite to Spring Training.
Mariners Done 'Gettin' Figgy With It,' Part Ways With Chone FigginsThe Mariners designated Chone Figgins for assignment Tuesday, a move that will likely have the team eating the remaining $8 million left on the struggling infielder's contract.
Not Bad for the New Guy: Thames Hits Walk-Off HitThe Mariners were all even with the Rays after Justin Smoak's sacrifice fly off of Fernando Rodney in the ninth inning, who came into the game with a 0.82 ERA and the AL lead in saves. Chone Figgins stood on third, and Eric Thames fell into an 0-2 hole. Thames took a pitch and then focused on low and away. He was able to flip Rodney's next changeup into short right field to score Figgins and snap the two long streaks.
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