From MLB Pitcher to Defensive End for Farnsworth When you last saw Kyle Farnsworth it was probably pitching in Major League Baseball, but now the former Rays pitcher has taken up another sport. Farnsworth is playing semi-pro football as
Kyle Farnsworth would love to stick it to general manager Sandy Alderson where the sun doesn’t shine.
The Mets have cut ties with veteran reliever Kyle Farnsworth.
According to Joel Sherman, a baseball columnist, Terry Collins has named Kyle Farnsworth as the team’s closer. Farnsworth replaces Jose Valverde, who has struggled as the team’s closer. Valverde has thrown 8 1/3 innings this season and has allowed
An opening has been made for Kyle Farnsworth in the bullpen for the New York Mets.
UPDATE: Farnsworth’s agent, Barry Meister, tells Chris Cotillo of MLB Daily Dish “Farnsworth has not returned to the Mets and is exploring his options.” “No agreement was or has been reached,” adds the agent. Source: Tim Dierkes (MLB Trade
Will Rays And Tigers Feud Continue In 2014?
The Rays recalled pitcher Josh Lueke from Triple A Durham and to make room on the 25 man roster they have designated pitcher Kyle Farnsworth for assignment. On the year the 37 year old Farnsworth appeared in 39 games
Could Josh Lueke recall spell the end of Kyle Farnsworth with the Rays?
The Rays extend their win streak to 7th thanks to Ben Zobrist's walk-off single in the 13th inning.