Joaquin Benoit

RP / Seattle Mariners / EXP: 14YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 220 lb Age: 38 College: None Bats/Throws R/R

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      Mariners' Joaquin Benoit: Traded to Mariners

      The Padres traded Benoit to the Mariners on Thursday in exchange for prospects Enyel De Los Santos and Nelson Ward, Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports reports. Benoit will head back to the AL after spending the last two season with the Padres. He worked as a setup man last season with Craig Kimbrel in town, but he remained a dominant option out of the bullpen, posting a 0.90 WHIP and striking out 63 batters in 65.1 innings out of the Padres' bullpen. Incumbent Mariners closer Tom Wilhelmsen held his own last season, but was not quite as effective as Benoit, so consider Benoit the favorite to open next season as Seattle's closer.

    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

      Padres' Joaquin Benoit: Padres exercise option

      Benoit's club option for 2016 was exercised by the Padres on Tuesday. The right-hander was excellent in his second season with San Diego, but $8 million still seems steep for a 38-year-old setup man. However, it's possible Benoit could end up serving as the Padres' closer in 2016, if the team unloads Craig Kimbrel in the offseason. It's also possible Benoit could generate trade interest, too, from bigger-market teams in need of relief help.

    • by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

      Padres' Joaquin Benoit unavailable Sunday due to back spasms

      Padres relief pitcher Joaquin Benoit was unavailable out of the bullpen on Sunday because he is dealing with back spasms, according to the San Diego Union Tribune.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Padres RP Joaquin Benoit answers call to get save on Thursday

      Padres reliever Joaquin Benoit worked a perfect ninth inning to seal the 10-7 win over the Dodgers on Thursday. Benoit picked up his second save of the season, needing just 13 pitches to retire the side in order.

    • by Shawn Krest |

      Padres Joaquin Benoit earns win in relief

      Padres reliever Joaquin Benoit pitched a perfect eighth inning to earn the win over St. Louis on Friday. Benoit won for the first time since May 19, moving to 5-3 on the year. He hasn't allowed a run and has given up just one hit over his last six appearances.

    • by Sean d'Oliveira |

      Padres' Benoit, Maurer not available to pitch Wednesday

      Padres manager Bud Black said relief pitchers Joaquin Benoit and Brandon Maurer will not be available to pitch in Wednesday's game at Atlanta, reports The Mighty 1090 Sports Radio. Maurer and Benoit have pitched an inning in each of the last two games. The team recalled Nick Vincent to provide depth in the bullpen for Wednesday's contest.

    • by Sean d'Oliveira |

      Padres' Joaquin Benoit pitches scoreless inning in return

      After not appearing in a game since last Monday, Padres reliever Joaquin Benoit returned and threw a scoreless inning in Sunday's win over the Rockies. Benoit had been dealing with a dead arm, but he did not surrender a hit or walk in his first appearance since sustaining the arm issue. He is now 3-1 with a 3.75 ERA.

    • by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer

      Padres reliever Joaquin Benoit's (dead arm) availability uncertain

      Padres manager Bud Black said reliever Joaquin Benoit's availability is uncertain and that he could be headed to the disabled list, according to U-T San Diego. Black added that Benoit is dealing with a dead arm that is similar is the shoulder problems he experienced last season. Benoit has made 12 appearances this season, allowing five runs in 11 innings (4.09 ERA) with one save.

    • by Marty Gitlin |

      Black: Padres reliever Joaquin Benoit has dead arm

      Bud Black has admitted that Padres reliever Joaquin Benoit is going through a "dead arm" period, per U-T San Diego. Benoit is coming off a poor three-game stretch in which he has given up four runs on three hits and two walks in one inning pitched. But he had pitched scoreless ball in his previous eight appearances after losing his closer role to Craig Kimbrel.

    • by R.J. White |

      Padres deal with bullpen woes in Monday's loss to Astros

      Padres relievers Brandon Maurer, Joaquin Benoit and rookie Cory Mazzoni, who was making his major-league debut, combined to surrender six earned runs in two innings of work in San Diego's 9-4 loss to Houston Monday. While Kevin Quackenbush was able to get out of the eighth inning without being charged with an earned run after Benoit let the first four batters of the inning reach base, the team now owns a 2.08 ERA, which ranks 20th in the majors. "We need to get on a little bit of a bullpen roll," manager Bud Black said after the game, per Benoit (3-1) took the loss, allowing three earned runs on two hits and two walks while failing to record an out. "They're making some mistakes, leaving the ball up in the zone, out over the middle of the plate," catcher Derek Norris said. "We've just got to execute some pitches better in some situations." Black believes the bullpen will pitch better moving forward. "They'll come around. They're not pitching like they're going to pitch," he said. "When you see their numbers at the end of the year, they'll be there. When you see their numbers now as a group, there are two or three guys not hitting on all cylinders."

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