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Gabe White | Relief Pitcher

Team: Minnesota Twins
Age / DOB:  (42) / 11/20/1971
Ht / Wt:  6'2' / 205
Bats / Throws: Left / Left
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After giving up two runs in his inning against the Red Sox last night, Gabe White told the Twins he's retiring.
It had to be Enrique Wilson's triple that told White he was done. "I just laid awake all night last night, staring at the TV," White said. "Physically and mentally, it's just time to move on. Just time to let somebody else do it." White, 34, apparently ends his career with a 4.51 ERA in 570 2/3 innings. His best season was 2000, when he had 11 relief victories and a 2.17 ERA in 83 innings for the Rockies. It was truly one of the best years any reliever has had this decade. Fri, Mar 3, 2006 01:46:00 PM
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Twins signed LHP Gabe White to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.

The 34-year-old White allowed two runs in 8 1/3 innings for the Cardinals during May and June last season. he would probably be a better choice than Dennys Reyes for a spot in Minnesota's pen, but the Twins could get by without either.
Thu, Jan 5, 2006 09:13:00 PM

Cardinals designated LHP Gabe White for assignment.

Some club may want him. White had allowed two runs in 8 1/3 innings since being called up a month ago.
Sun, Jun 12, 2005 02:26:00 PM

Cardinals purchased the contract of RHP Gabe White from Triple-A Memphis.

White had pitched 7 1/3 scoreless innings since joining Memphis. He should be able to help the Cardinals as a middle reliever.
Fri, May 13, 2005 04:31:00 PM

Gabe White made his debut for Triple-A Memphis last night and pitched a scoreless inning.

Manager Tony La Russa can never have enough left-handed relievers. White will probably make it back to the majors within a month or two.
Tue, Apr 26, 2005 03:47:00 PM

Braves waived LHP Gabe White for the purpose of giving him his unconditional release.

White was pitching far better than Tom Martin, but Martin had the bigger contract. Expect White to be grabbed quickly if he clears waivers.
Wed, Mar 30, 2005 12:53:00 PM

Braves agreed to terms with LHP Gabe White, who had been with the Reds, on a one-year, $600,000 contract.

White gives the team a second lefty to go along with Tom Martin. He had a 6.94 ERA with the Yankees and Reds last season, but he should reemerge as a quality reliever in Atlanta.
Fri, Jan 7, 2005 07:32:00 PM

Reds declined LHP Gabe White's $1.925 million mutual option for 2005.

He receives a $200,000 buyout. White had a 6.94 ERA with the Yankees and Reds last season, so this doesn't come as a surprise. He'll be a pretty good pickup at a modest price this winter.
Wed, Nov 3, 2004 02:39:00 PM

With John Riedling in Florida to attend his father's funeral, Gabe White will get the bulk of the eighth-inning work.

Riedling could be gone for as much as a week on bereavement leave and White and possibly Josh Hancock will take over his role until he returns.
Wed, Aug 4, 2004 11:15:00 AM

Although the original reports indicated that the Reds would send a player to be named to the Yankees to complete the Gabe White deal, it's actually the Reds that will receive the player.

The Reds are also getting $700,000 to cover a portion of what White is still owed as part of his one-year, $2.125 million contract. The left-hander is making $1.925 million this year, and he will probably receive another $200,000 in the buyout of a mutual option for next year.
Sat, Jun 19, 2004 04:35:00 AM

Reds acquired LHP Gabe White from the Yankees for LHP Charlie Manning and a player to be named.

The Yankees opted to give on White after he posted an 8.27 ERA in 24 relief appearances this season. He'll probably go back to being a useful reliever in Cincinnati, but he shouldn't have any fantasy value.
Fri, Jun 18, 2004 11:37:00 PM

Gabe White was torched for seven runs in an inning of relief today against the Braves.

White surrendered homers to J.D. Drew (who else?), Johnny Estrada and Marcus Giles before finally getting out of the inning. No matter what he does from this point on, he's going to have to live with an ugly spring training ERA.
Tue, Mar 9, 2004 07:57:00 PM

Yankees signed LHP Gabe White to a one-year, $2.125 million contract with a mutual option for 2005.

Either White doesn't care about the money or he needs a better agent. He gets $1,925,000 this season and a $1,925,000 mutual option for 2005 with a $200,000 buyout. If the Yankees exercise the option and White declines, he forfeits the buyout. Considering that White asked for $2.7 million in arbitration and was offered $1.825 million, he settled at too low of a number.
Wed, Feb 18, 2004 12:22:00 AM

Left-hander Gabe White accepted the Yankees' offer of arbitration.

White will join Felix Heredia as the Yankees' left-handed relievers. He still could get a two-year deal before going to arbitration.
Fri, Dec 19, 2003 06:18:00 PM

With Chris Hammond gone to Oakland, the Yankees should soon finalize a two-year deal with Gabe White.

If the deal isn't completed today, it's believed White will accept the Yankees' offer of arbitration.
Fri, Dec 19, 2003 03:09:00 AM

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Batters
PosRoleName
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2Eric Fryer
1B1Joe Mauer
2Chris Colabello
2B1Brian Dozier
SS1Danny Santana
2Eduardo Escobar
3Jorge Polanco
3B1Trevor Plouffe
2Eduardo Nunez
LF1Josh Willingham
CF1Sam Fuld
RF1Oswaldo Arcia
2Chris Parmelee
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PosRoleName
S1Ricky Nolasco
2Phil Hughes
3Kevin Correia
4Kyle Gibson
5Yohan Pino
6Mike Pelfrey
Relief Pitcher
PosRoleName
R1Glen Perkins
2Jared Burton
3Casey Fien
4Brian Duensing
5Anthony Swarzak
6Caleb Thielbar
7Ryan Pressly
8Samuel Deduno