Jul 5, 2013, 7:45 PM EDT
Jon Heyman of CBS Sports has the news on Twitter. Infielder Ian Stewart had a tumultuous stint with the Chicago Cubs over the last two seasons, making a series of provocative tweets about the organization, ultimately resulting in a suspension. Previously, he had done the baseball equivalent of a no-call, no show after being activated from the disabled list with Triple-A Iowa.
He did all that following two seasons in which he posted a .464 and .627 OPS at the Major League Level in 136 and 202 plate appearances, respectively. His Triple-A numbers weren’t much better, as Stewart’s OPS was at .657 in 133 PA with Iowa. Nevertheless, the signing is a low-risk flier for the Dodgers, who could stand to have some positional security in the event they suffer any more injuries during the second half of the season.
- 2015 MLB Trade Deadline Tracker 5
- Giants to acquire Mike Leake from Reds 14
- Astros acquire Carlos Gomez and Mike Fiers from Brewers 40
- Pirates bolster bullpen, pick up Joakim Soria from Tigers 11
- The extraordinarily odd, 13-player Dodgers-Marlins-Braves trade is done 62
- Blue Jays acquire David Price from the Tigers 111
- Both the Phillies and the Rangers did well in the Cole Hamels trade 72
- Rangers land ace left-hander Cole Hamels from Phillies 106
- The MLBPA is considering withholding cooperation with ESPN, Fox over Colin Cowherd’s comments (157)
- The Cubs are in discussions with the Phillies on Cole Hamels (146)
- Major League Baseball rips Colin Cowherd in an official statement (123)
- Blue Jays acquire David Price from the Tigers (111)
- Rangers land ace left-hander Cole Hamels from Phillies (106)