Marlins To Sign Gabe Gross

The Marlins have signed Gabe Gross to a minor league contract, reports's Joe Frisaro (on Twitter). Like the Chris Sampson deal, this one is pending a physical.

Gross, 31, asked the Mariners for his release in March after having a poor Spring Training. He hit just .239/.290/.311 for the A's last year, and is a .239/.330/.385 hitter in 1,680 career plate appearances. Gross' defense in right field has been particularly strong, though.

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7 Comments on "Marlins To Sign Gabe Gross"

4 years 4 months ago

Time to stock up I guess

4 years 4 months ago


it only pays to have good defense at a non-good defensive position and poor offense in an offensively strong position.

4 years 4 months ago

yah go ahead and ad sign people in there thirties to minor league contracts

4 years 4 months ago

Player asks for release after posting a spring training line remarkably close to career averages

4 years 4 months ago

Good player off the bench.

4 years 4 months ago

Woah. The Marlins are getting busy today.

4 years 4 months ago

Maybe we combine this post with the Sampson one? No disrespect to either player.