Dan Haren

#50 SP / Chi. Cubs / EXP: 13YRS Height: 6-5 Weight: 215 lb Age: 35 College: None Bats/Throws R/R

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      Cubs SP Dan Haren announces retirement

      Veteran starting pitcher Dan Haren officially retired Thursday, reports Sports Illustrated. It was previously reported Haren would retire once the Cubs completed their postseason run, so this move doesn't come as a surprise. In his 13-year-career, Haren pitched for seven different clubs (A's, Diamondbacks, Angels, Nationals, Dodgers, Cubs and Marlins) and made the All-Star team three straight times from 2007-2009. He finished his career with a 3.75 ERA and 1.18 WHIP to go along with a career 2013:500 K:BB and is one of a handful of players to record a win against all 30 MLB teams.

    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

      Cubs SP Dan Haren will retire after postseason

      Cubs starting pitcher Dan Haren said that he'll retire from baseball after the Cubs complete their postseason run, ESPN Chicago's Jesse Rogers reports. Haren made the announcement in Sunday's regular-season finale, after he held the Brewers to one run on three hits over six innings en route to claiming his 11th victory of the season. The Cubs haven't officially set their roster for their NLDS matchup against St. Louis, but with manager Joe Maddon likely to deploy a four-man rotation, Haren figures to be the odd man out, and thus, left off the roster.

    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

      Cubs SP Dan Haren sparkles in Tuesday defeat of Reds

      Cubs starting pitcher Dan Haren (10-9) blanked the Reds over 7 1/3 innings in a 4-1 victory Tuesday, surrendering only three hits and striking out six. Haren turned in his second quality start of September, two appearances in which he blanked opposing batters over at least seven innings. He also has now stayed away from his Achilles' heel, the long ball, in three out of his last four trips to the mound. He has closed out the regular season with his best month to date, but it remains to be seen what role he will have in the Cubs' playoff plans.

    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

      Cubs SP Dan Haren gives up three runs in no-decision

      Cubs starting pitcher Dan Haren allowed three runs, one earned, on three hits, he did not walk a batter, and struck out two over 4.1 innings against the Cardinals on Friday afternoon. The surging Cubs would come on to win the game 8-3, but Haren was gone too early to qualify for a win. Now just six games behind the Cardinals, and more importantly, only two back of the Pirates in the wild card race, the Cubs are pulling out all the stops as they scramble to qualify for a playoff spot so quick hooks and playing individual match-ups could very possibly part of the plan over the last few days of the regular season.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Cubs push SP Dan Haren to Sunday due to weather concerns

      With inclement weather lurking in the Philadelphia area, the Cubs have made a change to their rotation plans. Dan Haren, who was scheduled to start on Saturday against the Phillies, will now pitch on Sunday instead. In his place, Travis Wood will get the start on Saturday. Wood hasn't started a game since being moved to the bullpen in the middle of May.

    • by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

      Rain postpones Thursday's game between Phillies and Cubs

      The Phillies and Cubs will play a doubleheader Friday to make up Thursday's contest, which was postponed because of rain, the teams announced. With Friday featuring a doubleheader, the Phillies will start pitcher Adam Morgan in Game 1 on and Alec Asher in Game 2, the team announced. Meanwhile, the Cubs will turn to Jake Arrieta for Game 1 on Friday and Kyle Hendricks for Game 2, reports MLB.com. They will be followed by Dan Haren, who will draw Saturday's start.

    • by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

      Cubs SP Dan Haren tosses seven shutout innings Monday

      Cubs pitcher Dan Haren had his best performance since he joined the team at the trade deadline during Monday's win over the Cardinals. Haren did not surrender a run over seven innings of work during the 9-0 win. Haren received his ninth win of the season for his effort. He also struck out five and walked two. Prior to Monday's quality outing, Haren had gone his last six appearances without a quality start.

    • by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

      Cubs SP Dan Haren receives no-decision in Tuesday's win

      Cubs pitcher Dan Haren did not last long enough to receive a win during Tuesday's 5-4 win over the Reds. Haren allowed two runs on four hits over five innings. One of the runs came in the first when Joey Votto hit a solo home run. Haren has not received a win in his last four starts and is 1-2 in six outings for the Cubs.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Cubs SP Dan Haren doomed by one bad inning in loss to Giants

      Dan Haren's struggles with the Cubs continued on Thursday. The right-hander did not fare well in his start against the Giants, allowing five runs on six hits over 6 1/3 innings. He walked three and struck out four in the 9-1 Cubs' loss. Haren (8-9, 3.90 ERA) was given an early 1-0 lead in the second inning, but he allowed the Giants to tie the game in the bottom half. The big inning came in the third, when the Giants tacked on four more, including a three-run home run by Marlon Byrd. The 6 1/3 innings represents Haren's longest outing since joining the Cubs at the July 31 trade deadline. In five starts with the Cubs, Haren is 1-2 with a 6.33 ERA.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Cubs' Dan Haren endures another rough outing on Saturday

      Cubs starter Dan Haren was unable to pitch deep into his outing against the Braves on Saturday. The veteran right-hander allowed four runs on six hits over 4 1/3 innings. He struck out three without issuing a walk, but he needed 64 pitches before being pulled from the game. Haren was given an early 1-0 lead in the first inning, but he immediately coughed up the lead by giving up a two-run home run to Nick Swisher in the top of the second. He settled in after that, while his teammates regained a 3-2 lead. But things fell apart for Haren in the fifth inning. He retired the first batter of the inning, but he allowed the next two batters to reach and was lifted from the game at that point. The bullpen permitted those two runners, plus three more, to score. Haren would get a no-decision, as the Cubs wound up winning the game 9-7. Haren has now made four starts since being acquired by the Cubs at the trade deadline. He has yet to pitch more than 5 1/3 innings in any of those outings, and he owns a 6.06 ERA as a member of the Cubs.

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