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5 Questions with Scott Baker

Today we’re joined by author Scott Baker. Let’s take a few moments now to get everyone acquainted…

Scott M. Baker was born and raised in Everett, Massachusetts and spent twenty-three years in northern Virginia working for the Central Intelligence Agency. 1,058 more words


Rangers sign Scott Baker

Released by the Mariners earlier this week, right-hander Scott Baker has agreed to a new minor-league contract with the Rangers.

Texas was in the market for rotation depth with Yu Darvish, Matt Harrison, and Derek Holland all hurting, but Baker was a mess in Mariners camp and missed nearly all of the past two seasons following Tommy John elbow surgery. 53 more words

Injuries leave Texas Rangers' Opening Day rotation full of question marks

The odds of correctly predicting the Rangers’ Opening Day rotation on March 1 weren’t quite as long as those of filling out a perfect NCAA bracket two weeks later (roughly… 774 more words


Texas Rangers Sign RHP Scott Baker

(Dallas Morning News)– A few days after being cut by the Seattle Mariners, right-handed pitcher Scott Baker has signed with the Texas Rangers. Baker had an atrocious 6.75 ERA in four starts for the Mariners in spring training. 41 more words

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Scott Baker agrees with Rangers

1:54 PM: Baker has a deal with the Rangers, tweets Jon Heyman of CBS Sports.

scott baker has deal with @rangers. @Evan_P_Grant…

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MLB Notes: Aardsma, Francoeur, Baker

1. The St. Louis Cardinals have agreed to a deal with reliever David Aardsma, reports Derick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. It’s a minor league deal, so a roster spot is still up for grabs. 200 more words


Mariners release Baker, Wolf

The Twitter feed was nothing less than entertaining the last 24 hours. The Mariners have officially released starting pitchers Randy Wolf and Scott Baker. In what appeared to be a solid five man rotation heading into the regular season, it now looks as if the Mariners pitching staff is busted right before they’re ready to break camp. 205 more words