Eric Byrnes, who was released by the Mariners on Sunday, told MLB.com that he may retire.
Mariners released OF Eric Byrnes.
According to MLB.com's Jim Street, the Mariners have released Eric Byrnes, optioned Matt Tuiasosopo to Triple-A Tacoma and promoted Josh Wilson and Ryan Langerhans.
Eric Byrnes is starting in left field against the Athletics on Tuesday, while Milton Bradley will be the designated hitter.
Mariners signed OF Eric Byrnes to a one-year contract.
Larry Stone of the Seattle Times reports that the Mariners have signed OF Eric Byrnes to a one-year contract.
Mychael Urban of CSNBayArea.com reports that Eric Byrnes is not a possibility for the Giants.
Diamondbacks released OF Eric Byrnes.
Eric Byrnes says he would be interested in joining the Giants, reports John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle.
Diamondbacks designated OF Eric Byrnes for assignment.
A source told Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic that the Diamondbacks are "leaning toward" releasing outfielder Eric Byrnes.
Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic reports that after this week's signings of Bob Howry and Kelly Johnson, the Diamondbacks aren't expected to add more payroll.
Diamondbacks GM Josh Byrnes and manager A.J. Hinch had breakfast with Eric Byrnes on Wednesday to discuss the outfielder's future.
Eric Byrnes went 4-for-5 with two homers and five RBI as the Diamondbacks trounced the Cubs 12-3 on Friday.