Ryan Webb RP BAL 26 Days

Webb had minor surgery on his non-throwing shoulder shortly after the 2014 season ended, the Baltimore Sun reports.

Webb is on an off-season throwing program and is ready to begin spring training like new. The injury nagged at Webb during the season, when he went 3-3 with a 3.83 ERA in middle relief for the Orioles. He seems primed to fill a similar role in 2015.

Ryan Webb RP BAL 5 Months

Webb will be recalled from Triple-A Norfolk on Tuesday, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.

Webb is dealing with a bit of a sore shoulder, so the Orioles elected to wait an extra day to recall him. He will serve out of the bullpen for the Orioles as they race for the playoffs in September.

Ryan Webb RP BAL Sep 20 '79

Orioles signed RHP Ryan Webb to a two-year, $4.5 million contract.

The deal was agreed to last Friday and then made official Tuesday after Webb passed his physical. He'll likely serve as a setup man next year in Baltimore.

Ryan Webb RP BAL Sep 19 '79

According to Bob Nightengale of USA Today, the Orioles will announce the signing of Ryan Webb on Monday.

Nightengale also adds that despite the addition of Webb, the O's are still intent on adding a closer. They have recently been linked to John Axford and Chris Perez, and it wouldn't be surprising to see them ink a new closer during the winter meetings. If they are unable to bring in an experienced option, Webb could be in the mix for save opportunities.

Ryan Webb RP BAL Sep 16 '79

Jonah Keri of Grantland.com reports that the Orioles have signed Ryan Webb to a two-year, $4.5 million deal.

Webb still needs to pass a physical in order for the deal to be completed. The Marlins non-tendered Webb even though he was projected by MLBTradeRumors.com to earn just $1.5 million in arbitration, and now he's going to get $3 million more than that on a two-year pact. It's possible Webb could be in the mix for closing duties in Baltimore if the O's don't bring in someone with ninth inning experience.

Ryan Webb RP BAL Sep 13 '79

Marlins non-tendered RHP Ryan Webb.

One of the more interesting names to not be tendered a contract before Monday's deadline. Webb doesn't pile up the strikeouts that you'd expect from someone with his stuff, but he gets a ton of ground balls and owns a career 3.29 ERA over parts of five seasons. He should be scooped up in no time.

Ryan Webb RP BAL Mar 04 '79

Ryan Webb has been a steady veteran influence on Miami's bullpen, posting a 2.08 ERA and 0.96 WHIP over 26 innings in 2013.

The bad news, for owners in holds leagues, is that Webb has only one. Such is life for Miami relievers, who inherit leads about as often as deceased investigative reporters.

Ryan Webb RP BAL Oct 29 '78

Marlins avoided arbitration with RHP Ryan Webb by agreeing to a one-year, $975,000 contract.

He can earn an additional $10,000 if he appears in 67 games. Webb, who was arbitration-eligible for the first time, has posted a 3.45 ERA over three and a half big league seasons.

Ryan Webb RP BAL May 09 '78

Marlins recalled RHP Ryan Webb from Triple-A New Orleans.

Webb posted a disappointing 5.50 ERA in 36 innings for the Marlins before being sent down earlier this month. He has the stuff to be a late-inning weapon, but clearly more consistency is needed.

Ryan Webb RP BAL Feb 11 '78

According to beat reporter Joe Capozzi of the Palm Beach Post, Ryan Webb or Edward Mujica will handle a save situation Thursday afternoon against the Giants.

Heath Bell is sporting a brutal 11.74 ERA in 7 2/3 innings this season and has also appeared in each of the Marlins' past three games. If the Marlins decide to remove the high-priced closer completely from his current role, ninth-inning responsibilities would likely be split between Webb, Mujica and Steve Cishek.