Mike Lamb Clears Waivers

Third baseman Mike Lamb has cleared waivers and has been outrighted to Triple A, tweets MLB.com's Joe Frisaro.  Lamb was the casualty a few days ago when the Marlins called up top prospect Mike Stanton, who had three hits in his debut last night.  Lamb's last extended Triple A stay last year in the Mets' organization produced a .261/.299/.370 line.

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5 years 2 months ago

’04, ’06 and ’07 where his only good years and he hasn’t played well in almost three years. At 34 years old it’s probably about time for him to consider hanging them up. He’s made almost $11 million in his career so if he’s planned well he’ll never have to work again, though I could see him getting into coaching on some level.