Ryan Theriot 2B SF 9 Months
Chris Cotillo of MLB Daily Dish reports that Ryan Theriot has officially retired from Major League Baseball.
The 34-year-old infielder hasn't appeared in the big leagues since he was a member of the Giants during the 2012 season. He finishes his eight year career with a .281/.341/.350 career line, 17 homers and 121 stolen bases in 899 games.
Ryan Theriot 2B SF Mar 20 '13
Ryan Theriot said Wednesday that he's had offers from teams, but it's "not really exactly what I'm looking for playing-time-wise."
"I've had some stuff come up, no doubt," Theriot said. "It's not really exactly what I'm looking for playing-time-wise. That's where we're at right now. We'll see what happens." Theriot is fooling himself if he thinks he can get a starting job, though perhaps he could have a shot somewhere getting some starts against left-handed pitching. Obviously he's not getting what he wants at this point, though, and he's prepared to retire if nothing comes along that entices him. He has also considered becoming an agent.
Ryan Theriot 2B SF Mar 18 '13
Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle reports that Ryan Theriot is considering becoming an agent.
Theriot has struggled to attract interest this offseason after posting a weak .270/.316/.321 batting line in 384 plate appearances with the Giants in 2012. The 33-year-old infielder has yet to file his retirement papers.
Ryan Theriot 2B SF Feb 22 '13
FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports that Ryan Theriot has been talking to the Indians and Rangers.
Theriot is still holding out hope of competing for a starting job somewhere, though, and he wouldn't be able to do that in Cleveland or Texas. At this point, he should just be happy if he gets a guaranteed deal somewhere.
Ryan Theriot 2B SF Feb 16 '13
Hank Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle reports that Ryan Theriot is unlikely to return to the Giants.
The veteran infielder is seeking a full-time role, which the Giants don't have available for him. While he desires the increased playing time, he will likely have to settle for a reserve role wherever he ends up.
Ryan Theriot 2B SF Feb 04 '13
FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports that the Rangers are among the teams interested in free agent infielder Ryan Theriot.
Rosenthal also names the Indians as a possibility, so this isn't all that different from a report by Jon Heyman of CBS Sports last month. Theriot, 33, batted .270/.316/.321 with a .637 OPS in 384 plate appearances last season with the Giants. He figures to be used as a backup middle infielder wherever he lands.
Ryan Theriot 2B SF Jan 17 '13
CBS Sports' Jon Heyman reports that the Rangers and Indians have expressed interest in Ryan Theriot.
Theriot has also been linked to the Phillies and Giants this offseason, but it's not yet clear whether he's received an offer. He batted .270/.316/.321 with a .637 OPS in 384 plate appearances last season and will be used as a backup middle infielder wherever he signs. His fantasy impact should continue to be minimal.
Ryan Theriot 2B SF Jan 16 '13
CBS Sports' Jon Heyman reports that the Phillies and Giants are among the clubs interested in free agent infielder Ryan Theriot.
Theriot, 33, batted .270/.316/.321 with a .637 OPS in 384 plate appearances last season with the World Series champion Giants. He'll likely be used as a backup middle infielder wherever he lands, so his fantasy impact should continue to be minimal.
Ryan Theriot 2B SF Dec 04 '12
According to Andrew Baggarly of CSN Bay Area, the Giants are talking to free agent Ryan Theriot.
San Francisco would like to bring Theriot back as a utility infielder. The 32-year-old hit .270/.316/.321 in 384 plate appearances this summer for the World Series champs.
Ryan Theriot 2B SF Oct 28 '12
Ryan Theriot is starting at DH and batting eighth in Sunday's World Series Game 4.
Theriot will get the start over Hector Sanchez, who went 0-for-4 with three strikeouts Saturday. Other than Theriot, the Giants don't have any changes to their lineup.