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Roger Cedeño | Outfielder

Team: Baltimore Orioles
Age / DOB:  (42) / 8/16/1974
Ht / Wt:  6'1" / 205
Bats / Throws: Switch / Right

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Orioles released outfielder Roger Cedeno.
Cedeno was cut Wednesday after going 2-for-11 this spring. Fri, Mar 23, 2007 03:45:00 PM

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Orioles reassigned OF Roger Cedeno and RHP Victor Moreno to minor league camp.

Cedeno only received 11 at-bats this spring and had two hits, both singles. The Orioles should have better options for their Triple-A roster, so if Cedeno wants to continue his comeback bid, but he'll probably have to head elsewhere.
Wed, Mar 21, 2007 03:33:00 PM

The Orioles have reportedly signed Roger Cedeno to a minor league contract.

Cedeno had been out of the league since June 2005. He's currently hitting .315/.344/.435 in 92 at-bats in Venezuela, so perhaps he'd be a better option as a reserve outfielder than Brandon Fahey. However, there's quite a gray area there between Fahey and legitimate major league outfielder. Call it the Newhan Zone.
Wed, Nov 22, 2006 12:04:00 AM

Roger Cedeno had three hits and three runs scored for Caracas of the VWL on Saturday.

He's batting .295/.295/.386 in 44 at-bats. Cedeno, who hit .158 in 57 at-bats for the Cardinals over the first two months of 2005, is attempting a comeback after sitting out a year and a half. He might resurface in the U.S. on a minor league deal next spring.
Sun, Nov 5, 2006 02:17:00 PM

Cardinals activated outfielder Roger Cedeno from the 15-day disabled list and designated him for assignment.

The Cardinals decided Scott Seabol was the better fit for their bench. Cedeno hit just .158 in 57 at-bats before going on the DL. He'll likely resurface as a fifth outfielder elsewhere.
Fri, Jun 24, 2005 09:40:00 PM

Cardinals placed outfielder Roger Cedeno on the 15-day disabled list with a right hamstring strain.

The Cardinals don't believe Cedeno will need 15 days off, but they weren't willing to play short-handed against the Red Sox. ''He's very unhappy, which is understandable,'' manager Tony La Russa said. ''But you can't have a four-man bench.''
Mon, Jun 6, 2005 07:26:00 PM

Roger Cedeno was unable to play yesterday due to a hamstring injury.

He's hitting just .161 and if he couldn't go against Clemens, he may be headed for the DL. He's 10-for-23 against Clemens in his career.
Mon, Jun 6, 2005 09:47:00 AM

Roger Cedeno, who is 10-for-23 against Roger Clemens in his career, could start over Reggie Sanders on Saturday.

Cedeno started all three times the Cardinals faced Clemens during the regular season.
Fri, Oct 15, 2004 01:03:00 PM

Roger Cedeno went 2-for-4 with a disputed home run and three RBI today to lead the Cardinals over the Rockies.

With one on in the seventh inning, Cedeno hit a ball to left off Tim Harikkala that appeared to hit near the top of the wall and bounce onto the field. Cedeno thought it stayed in, stopping briefly at second before being waved in, and he was probably right.
Sat, Sep 25, 2004 06:34:00 PM

Roger Cedeno's suspension was reduced from four to two games.

He began serving it last night.
Fri, Jul 16, 2004 10:03:00 AM

Roger Cedeno won't learn about the appeal of his four-game suspension until after the All-Star break.

Sat, Jul 10, 2004 09:59:00 AM

Roger Cedeno started his second consecutive game in right field last night.

He is still awaiting the NL's decision concerning his appeal from a four-game suspension. Cedeno allegedly spit on umpire Rick Reed during a June 8th game, but was hoping the league will reduce his penalty from four games to two. If Cedeno is eventually suspended for this weekend's series against the second-place Cubs, Cardinals' manager Tony LaRussa will not be happy about the delay on the part of the league in dealiing with the appeal.
Wed, Jul 7, 2004 12:48:00 PM

Roger Cedeno had his appeal heard yesterday, and the commissioner's office is expected to act on it today or tomorrow.

Cedeno received a four-game suspension for his confrontation with umpire Rick Reed on June 8.
Tue, Jun 29, 2004 06:36:00 AM

Ray Lankford's playing time has fallen off as manager Tony La Russa's flavors of the day in left field appear to be Roger Cedeno and John Mabry.

Marlon Anderson is also seeing some time there, but will get a start at second base tonight. Regarding Cedeno, La Russa said, ''Each time he's played lately, he's done something. If he has two bad games, then you look at someone else. I think he's been useful as a pinch hitter. He's a switch-hitter. The way I look at it, he's got huge numbers against Oakland (9-for-17 lifetime), so he gets a shot.''
Thu, Jun 17, 2004 06:56:00 AM

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