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Mariners Moose Tracks, 12/13/21: Maikel Franco, Dee Strange-Gordon, and Andrew Romine

The Mariners have added hitting coach Rob Marcelino to their player development staff for the upcoming 2022 season. Freddy Galvis’ contract with the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks of NPB is now official. The Washington Nationals have signed both veteran third baseman Maikel Franco and former Mariner Dee Strange-Gordon to minor...
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Former Detroit Tigers utility player Andrew Romine announces retirement

DETROIT – Andrew Romine, best known for playing all nine positions in a single game for the Detroit Tigers, announced his retirement in an Instagram post this weekend. He was traded to Detroit from the Los Angeles Angels in 2014 in exchange for reliever Jose Alvarez. Romine spent four...
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Andrew Romine announces retirement after 11 seasons

Andrew Romine has announced his retirement from baseball with a post on Instagram. Romine was a fifth-round pick out of Arizona State University by the Angels back in 2007. The 34-year-old infielder played 11 years in the majors, appearing in 609 big league games for the Angels, Tigers, Mariners, Rangers and Cubs. His most prolific period came in Detroit, where he was a regular from 2014 to 2017.
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Bote returns from freak ankle sprain, Andrew Romine DFA'd

Less than two weeks after he sustained a freak ankle sprain, the Cubs activated infielder David Bote off the 10-day injured list Monday. The club designated infielder Andrew Romine for assignment in a corresponding move. Bote sprained his right ankle during a baserunning drill before a game against the White...
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Cubs activate David Bote, designate Andrew Romine for assignment

The Cubs announced Monday that they’ve designated infielder Andrew Romine for assignment in order to open a spot on the active roster for fellow infielder David Bote, who is returning from the 10-day injured list. Romine, 35, appeared in 26 games with the Cubs and tallied 64 plate appearances, batting...
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Chicago Cubs News: David Bote activated off of IL; Andrew Romine DFA

The Chicago Cubs today announced that infielder David Bote has been activated off of the 10-day injured list. In a corresponding move, infielder Andrew Romine has been designated for assignment. Bote was placed on the IL on August 28, retroactive to August 26, with a right ankle sprain. This season,...
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Cubs' Andrew Romine: Designated for assignment

Romine was designated for assignment by the Cubs on Monday, Tim Stebbins of NBC Sports Chicago reports. Romine saw minimal time in the starting lineup during his time on the active roster, and he'll now be cast off the 40-man roster after David Bote (ankle) was reinstated from the 10-day injured list Monday. The 35-year-old appeared in 26 games with the major-league club and hit .183 with a homer, seven runs and five RBI.
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Cubs Roster Moves: David Bote Returns, Andrew Romine DFA’d

David Bote’s ankle issue – the one caused by him slipping on a disguised baseball during batting practice – wound up being not bad at all. Bote will rotate into the mix at second base and maybe a little third base the rest of the way, trying to finish strong on a year that not only featured multiple injuries, but once again saw him do that weird thing he does (hit the ball as hard as anyone and not get results). It’s unlikely the Cubs will let Bote go after the season – he is owed $12 million over the next three years – but it would be nice to have more confidence that, at a minimum, he can still be a solid bench guy.
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Twitter couldn’t believe Andrew Romine dropped that

Former White Sox announcer Ken “Hawk” Harrelson would have called this a “can of corn.”. That’s about as bad a play as you’ll see in the big leagues. What you just witnessed was Cubs shortstop Andrew Romine dropping a freebie popup off the bat of Luis Robert, extending the inning and allowing the White Sox, who had previously trailed 6-0, to grab a 7-6 lead. Though plenty went wrong for the Cubs Friday night—you won’t win many games allowing 17 runs (13 of them earned)—Romine’s nightmare performance (two errors, a strikeout and a caught stealing) was no doubt a contributing factor in their loss to the White Sox, who were led by a herculean eight-RBI performance from All-Star catcher Yasmani Grandal (in his return from the injured list, no less).
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Cubs' Andrew Romine Hits Big Home Run After ‘Surprise' Callup

After 'surprise' callup, Romine delivers big crosstown moment originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago. Andrew Romine says he was surprised when he got the call. The Cubs had traded away their All-Star core in a flurry of deals before the July 30 deadline. Romine, an infielder then playing for Triple-A Iowa, was being brought up to the big leagues.
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Cubs' Andrew Romine Hits Game-Tying Home Run Off Craig Kimbrel

Romine hits game-tying home run off Kimbrel originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago. Craig Kimbrel allowed one run in 20 appearances with the Cubs at Wrigley Field this season. That number tripled in his first appearance at the Friendly Confines with the White Sox. Kimbrel returned to Wrigley for the...
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