contract with free-agent reliever Joakim Soria and reached a deal to keep catcher ..... Rosenthal: Rangers have hands full Soria , a two-time All-Star with Kansas ..... contract includes an option for 2015. Soria 's agent, Oscar Suarez, would
36 PM ET Kansas City Royals closer Joakim Soria faces the possibility of a second ..... after baseball's famous surgery . Soria was taken out of Sunday's spring ..... bad.'' An MRI on Monday revealed Soria suffered damage to the ulnar collateral
By DAVE SKRETTA AP Sports Writer Joakim Soria will keep closing games for the Kansas ..... the back end of the bullpen.'' Soria struggled at times last season ..... opportunities with a 2.48 ERA. Soria was coming off a 2010 season in which
have declined their 2013 option on Joakim Soria after he missed all of last season ..... option for next season. Even though Soria is a free agent, both sides have ..... interest in working out a new contract. Soria missed the 2003 season with his first
03 PM ET ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) Joakim Soria is finally set to throw off the Rangers ..... Transactions | Injuries | Stats While Soria will only be throwing live batting ..... long spring training for me,'' Soria said Thursday. ''Finally, I'm
Moreland is back, with Chirinos also an option at first base. Texas also has six pitchers on the disabled list. Reliever Joakim Soria , who has yet to make his Rangers debut while recovering from a ligament replacement surgery 14 months ago, is scheduled
the Rangers. It will be his second start of the season. ... Texas RHP Joakim Soria threw live batting practice Friday as he recovers from right elbow surgery. Soria is scheduled to throw again Monday.
McLellan. The Rangers needed bullpen help after losing 4-3 in 18 innings to the Blue Jays on Saturday. Right-hander Joakim Soria was moved from the 15-day DL to the 60-day DL to make room on the 40-man roster for McLellan. The Rangers said
Winning pitcher the game winning RBIs walking Soria and Eric Hosmer. Jack let's start with you come into it a different situation runners on first and second minute bases loaded
Kansas City's Joakim Soria and Alcides Escobar sound off on Friday's close victory over St. Louis.