Brett Hayes discusses his aggressive play on both sides of the ball as the Marlins sweep Washington.
right-hander Guillermo Moscoso from the Rockies and catcher Brett Hayes from the Marlins during a series of moves Friday. Kansas ..... while starting 21 of 23 games two years ago in Oakland. Hayes hit .202 in 39 games for Miami last season. In other
Ervin Santana pitched a pair of scoreless innings in his Royals debut, and Brett Hayes ' eighth-inning homer helped Kansas City to a 3-2 victory over the Cincinnati Reds on Friday. Chris Getz also homered for
Miami Marlins catcher Brett Hayes found himself caught in a turnpike traffic jam after a gunman ..... Florida law enforcement officers. And the gunman walked past Hayes ' car. Hayes said he and his wife were en route to a birthday party during
starting lineup got at least one hit, with Brett Hayes getting four hits and driving in two runs. Hayes boosted his case for the Royals' backup catcher ..... handled the pitchers nicely,'' Yost said of Hayes , who played 39 games for the Marlins in 2012
Everything was very good.'' Brett Hayes , trying to win a job as a backup ..... an RBI single, and that allowed Hayes to become the hero. He turned on ..... squirrel finds a nut, right?'' said Hayes , who is known more for his defense
step it up to my next set of pitch count.'' Catcher Brett Hayes homered to leadoff the second and Brandon Wood hit a two-run ..... starter? I'm glad that's not my job to do that,'' Hayes said. Bartolo Colon did not fare so well for Oakland
25 from Oakland, earned the job as backup to catcher Salvador Perez. Kottaras hit .306 in 18 exhibition games. Brett Hayes , the other catching candidate, cleared waivers and was sent outright to Triple-A Omaha.
to name a leader in the race for second base, just like he's not appointing a favorite between George Kottaras and Brett Hayes for backup catcher, or among Luke Hochever, Bruce Chen and Luis Mendoza for the fifth spot in the starting rotation
chanced upon his first start and made the most of it. Ventura pitched three hitless innings, Johnny Giavotella and Brett Hayes each drove in four runs and the Kansas City Royals beat the San Francisco Giants 13-2 Saturday. Billy Butler and