Chris Marrero

#68 1B / Baltimore Orioles / EXP: 2YRS / MINORS Height: 6-3 Weight: 210 lb Age: 27 College: No College Bats/Throws R/R

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    • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

      Chris Marrero moved to minor-league camp

      The Orioles announced Sunday first baseman Chris Marrero was sent to minor-league camp. An oblique injury has kept Marrero sidelined this spring.

    • by Chris Cwik |

      Chris Marrero to take dry swings Wednesday

      Orioles first baseman Chris Marrero will take dry swings Wednesday, according to MASN. Marrero is dealing with an oblique injury. He'll test whether the injury will limit his ability to swing a bat, but won't do so against live pitching yet. Marrero said it's the first time he's ever dealt with this type of injury.

    • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

      Chris Marrero sidelined by oblique injury

      Orioles first baseman Chris Marrero sat out workouts Friday and Saturday because of an oblique injury, according to The Baltimore Sun. The former Nationals prospect is in camp on a minor-league deal.

    • by Al Melchior | Data Analyst

      Orioles pick up Chris Marrero

      The Orioles signed first baseman Chris Marrero to a minor league deal, according to Baseball America. Marrero, a former first-round pick, hit .270 with 11 home runs and 59 RBI at Triple-A Syracuse last season, and he also appeared in eight games with the Nationals.

    • by R.J. White |

      Nationals outright Chris Marrero off 40-man roster

      The Nationals outrighted first baseman Chris Marrero off the 40-man roster Thursday. He is scheduled to become a free agent after the World Series. Taken 15th overall by the Nationals in the 2006 amateur draft, Marrero went 2 for 16 in eight appearances with the major-league club this season. He hit .270/.331/.402 with 11 home runs and 59 RBI in 408 at-bats with Triple-A Syracuse.

    • by Jeff Lippman |

      Chris Marrero sent down by Nats

      Washington optioned first baseman Chris Marrero to Triple-A Syracuse Saturday before a game against the Mets, the team's reports. The 24-year-old played in eight games for the Nationals. He picked up his first two hits in his last two games as he went 2 for 16 (.125) overall with one RBI and four strikeouts.

    • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

      Source: Nationals intend to keep Chris Marrero

      Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo refused to say whether or not first baseman Chris Marrero, who was recalled for the doubleheader against the Twins, will remain with the team past Sunday. However, a person familiar with the situation told The Washington Post the team plans to keep Marrero on the active roster for more than one day. "His development was on schedule, expect what you can never account for," Rizzo said about Marrero's injury setbacks in the minors. ""The injuries have set him back greatly. We've always liked him as a good offensive player for us and a guy that could help us on the major-league level."

    • by Igor Mello |

      Nats bring up Chris Marrero

      The Nationals have recalled first baseman Chris Marrero from Triple-A Syracuse. Marrero hit .306 with 26 runs scored, 10 homers and 44 RBI in 55 games in the minors.

    • by Bill Passonno |

      Nationals trim eight from roster

      The Washington Nationals made another wave of roster cuts Monday and optioned the following players to Triple-A Syracuse: pitchers Ryan Perry, Erik Davis and Yunesky Maya, first baseman Chris Marrero, catcher Jhonatan Solano and outfielder Corey Brown. In addition, the Nationals also reassigned pitcher Ross Ohlendorf and shortstop Zach Walters to their minor-league camp.

    • Marrero the odd-man out?

      Nationals manager Davey Johnson told on Friday that he plans on giving Chris Marrero a serious look this spring but admits his chances of making the 25-man roster are slim. Marrero could serve as the backup first baseman in Washington but Tyler Moore is expected to fill that role. Marrero did not play in the majors last season after tearing his left hamstring last winter. "My heart goes out to him, because I thought he was getting his feet wet and I thought he did a good job," Johnson said. "Then, he had that severe hamstring injury [during winter ball] and basically lost most of the year."

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