According to sources, Randy Messenger is close to accepting a three-year, $15 million offer to remain with the Hanshin Tigers.
Randy Messenger has set a Nov. 15 deadline for MLB teams to submit offers, according his agent Matt Sosnick.
According to Tim Dierkes of MLB Trade Rumors, the Hanshin Tigers have made a three-year offer in the $15 million range to keep Randy Messenger in Japan.
According to Patrick Newman of NPB Tracker, Randy Messenger has agreed to stay with the Hanshin Tigers of Japan's Central League.
According to Patrick Newman of NPB Tracker, Randy Messenger has agreed to a deal to stay with the Hanshin Tigers of Japan's Central League.
Mariners purchased the contract of RHP Randy Messenger.
Mariners re-signed RHP Randy Messenger to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
Mariners released RHP Randy Messenger.
Mariners purchased the contract of RHP Randy Messenger from Triple-A Tacoma.
Giants optioned RHP Randy Messenger to Triple-A Fresno; reassigned 1B-3B Scott McClain and 1B Brett Harper to minor league camp.
Randy Messenger (broken left hand) could be activated from the disabled list on Tuesday.
Randy Messenger, on the DL with a broken left hand, threw a two-inning simulated game on Monday.
Randy Messenger (surgery on non-throwing hand) will be available out of the bullpen this weekend.
Randy Messenger, on the 15-day disabled list since Aug. 16 because of a fractured bone in his left (non-throwing) hand, threw off a mound Saturday without complications.