|2013 Season (CBSSports.com)||200.00||12.00||11.00||0.00||3.92||1.28||167.00||62.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|Elbow - 15-day DL. Out for season|
|vs Kansas City|| 6.0||0||1|| 3.00||0||1||5|
|vs LHB|| 13.2||0||0|| 7.90||0||9||13|
|vs RHB|| 10.2||0||0|| 1.69||0||3||12|
|No Recent Trades|
|Last 10 Games|
|Twins interested in Gavin Floyd, Chris Capuano |
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
(11/21/13) The Twins have initial interest in free-agent pitchers Gavin Floyd and Chris Capuano, the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Floyd is recovering from Tommy John surgery and has been long-tossing from 180 feet.
"Gavin says he's just felt great," Floyd's agent Mike Moye said. "We're expecting a great doctor's report and hope to start a mound progression shortly thereafter."
Capuano went 4-7 with a 4.26 ERA, 1.41 WHIP and 81:24 K:BB ratio in 105 2/3 innings with the Dodgers last season.
|Orioles appraising Gavin Floyd for rotation |
|by Al Melchior | Data Analyst|
(11/20/13) According to the Baltimore Sun, the Orioles are interested in signing free agent starting pitcher Gavin Floyd. The team has been tracking Floyd's progress as he recovers from Tommy John surgery he underwent in May.
Floyd is long tossing from 180 feet with little soreness, and he could begin throwing off a mound by early December, as reported by MLBTradeRumors.com. The 10-year veteran could be ready to pitch for a team by opening day.
|Paul Konerko, Gavin Floyd hit the market |
|by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer|
(11/6/13) In addition to first baseman Paul Konerko, who is a possiblity to return even with the signing of Cuban defector Jose Dariel Abreu, White Sox starting pitcher Gavin Floyd has filed for free agency.
|Gavin Floyd progressing toward light catch |
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
(8/7/13) White Sox starting pitcher Gavin Floyd, who is recovering from May 8 Tommy John surgery, told the Chicago Sun-Times he is doing well. He said Tuesday he hopes to play light catch in 2-3 weeks.
|Gavin Floyd starting to regain range of motion in arm |
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
(7/21/13) White Sox starting pitcher Gavin Floyd said he has regained some range of motion in his right arm since undergoing season-ending elbow surgery May 7, according to MLB.com. Floyd will go for a checkup in a month and hopes to be cleared to play catch after the doctor's visit.
"That'd be awesome," said a smiling Floyd. "But I think that appointment has to come first."
Floyd remains hopeful he will be able to pitch next season.
"Everybody's different; I've heard guys come back in 10 months, I've heard guys come back in 12 and 14," Floyd said. "So, you know, I'm hopeful that I'll come back and be ready early next year, but you never know. Things have been going pretty good. I feel strong -- stronger I should say. The range of motion is a big step, but I've got a long way to go and I've got to focus on getting back and working out and getting back in shape and get my arm ready."
|White Sox righty Gavin Floyd finished 2012 at pretty much the same point he's finished each of the last four seasons -- sitting on a 4.00-plus ERA, with OK strikeout numbers, about 11 wins and a decent WHIP. His actual numbers: 4.29 ERA, 1.36 WHIP, 144 strikeouts in 168 innings and 12 wins. Floyd isn't flashy, but he is consistently decent. At this point, with more than 1,100 innings under his belt, we have an idea of what Floyd offers. It's actually kind of comforting to know he can consistently produce almost the same numbers every season, especially with so many pitchers leaving us guessing which version will show up each year. Floyd won't hurt a team, but he also won't be asked for in a lot of trade offers. He's almost like the local news: it's helpful, you value it, but it doesn't bring any wow factor. Floyd should bring back value in that grey area between 12-team leagues and AL-only formats in 2013. (Updated 12/5/12) |
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