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11 Andy Tracy 1B
Height/Weight: 6-3/220 | Birthdate: 12/11/1973 | Birthplace: Bowling Green, OH | Bats/Throws: L/R | Team: Arizona | College: Bowling Green State | MLB Experience: 5
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Tracy sent to minors


(3/11/2011) The Diamondbacks assigned INF Andy Tracy, OF David Winfree and LHP Clay Zavada to Triple-A Reno on Thursday.

A. Tracy joins D-Backs system


(12/15/2010) 1B Andy Tracy signed a minor-league contract with the Diamondbacks on Wednesday.

Brown among final Phillies cuts


(4/4/2010) The Phillies finalized their 25-man roster on Sunday and the following players will not go north with the club: C Paul Hoover, 1B Andy Tracy, SS Wilson Valdez, 3B Cody Ransom, OF Dewayne Wise, OF Domonic Brown, RP Brian Rosenberg and RP Ehren Wassermann.

Phillies announce spring invites


(1/8/2010) The Phillies invited 20 players to spring training, including top prospects Domonic Brown, an outfielder, and Phillippe Aumont, a pitcher. Also invited were pitchers Brian Rosenberg, Joe Savery, Ryan Vogelsong, Ehren Wassermann and Bill White; catchers John Suomi, Dane K. Sardinha, Paul Hoover, Kevin Nelson and Tuffy Gosewisch; infielders Ozzie Chavez, Freddy Galvis, Cody Ransom, Andy Tracy and Wilson Valdez; and outfielders Tyson Gillies, Chris Duffy and Dewayne Wise.

Phillies sign Wise, 3 others


(11/30/2009) The Phillies signed outfielder Dewayne Wise, infielder Wilson Valdez, infielder Andy Tracy and catcher Paul Hoover to minor league deals.

Phillies outright four to Triple-A


(11/16/2009) Pitchers John Ennis and Tyler Walker, catcher Paul Hoover and infielder Andy Tracy were sent outright to Triple-A Lehigh Valley, the Phillies said Monday.

Escalona, Tracy up with the Phils


(9/9/2009) The Phillies promoted left-hander Sergio Escalona and first baseman Andy Tracy from the minors, and they joined the team for Wednesday night's game at Washington. To make room for Tracy on the 40-man roster, right-handed pitcher Rodrigo Lopez was released.

Phillies cut 12 from spring training


(3/16/2009) The Phillies sent RHPs Andrew J. Carpenter, Drew Naylor, Blaine Neal and Scott Nestor, LHPs Antonio Bastardo and Sergio Escalona, Cs Tuffy Gosewisch and Paul Hoover, and INFs Mike Cervenak, J.J. Furmaniak, Jorge Velandia and Andy Tracy to their minor-league camp.

Phillies announce slew of minor deals


(12/18/2008) The Phillies announced the invitation of 10 players to spring training as non-roster invitees Wednesday. They include: right-handers Dave Borkowski, Justin Lehr, Blaine Neal and Mike Koplove, corner infielder Mike Cervenak, third baseman Terry Tiffee, first baseman Andy Tracy, outfielder Chris Walker, shortstop Ozzie Chavez and utility player J.J. Furmaniak. The following players were signed as minor league free agents: right-handers Yorman Bazardo, Yoel Hernandez and Justin Pope, left-handers Jason Mackintosh and Joshua Shortslef, first baseman/outfielder Brian Stavisky and outfielders Casey Craig, Kevin Mahar, Wilkin Ruan, Mike Spidale and Rich C. Thompson.

Phillies outright Tracy to minors


(11/5/2008) The Phillies released outfielder So Taguchi and sent infielder Andy Tracy outright to Triple-A Lehigh Valley.

Phillies' Tracy out for season


(9/10/2008) The Phillies placed Andy Tracy on the DL with a broken hand that will cost him the rest of the season. Tracy, a utility infielder with only two at-bats this season, was hit on the left hand by a line drive during batting practice.

Phillies add three more to roster


(9/1/2008) After the Phillies lost at Washington on Monday, they brought up three more players from Triple-A Lehigh Valley, recalling infielders Mike Cervenak and Andy Tracy and purchasing the contract of left-handed pitcher Les Walrond. All three have previously played with Philadelphia this season. To make room for Walrond on the 40-man roster, infielder Oscar Robles was designated for assignment.

Tracy outrighted off 40-man roster


(8/31/2008) The Phillies outrighted infielder Andy Tracy to Triple-A Lehigh Valley on Friday.

Phils' Tracy designated for assignment


(8/27/2008) The Phillies designated Andy Tracy for assignment, transferred LHP Mike Zagurski to the 60-day DL and purchased the contract of right-handed starting pitcher prospect Andrew Carpenter from Double-A Reading on Wednesday. They have 10 days to trade, release or outright Tracy to the minor leagues. Carpenter is likely to serve as a long reliever for starter Kyle Kendrick on Wednesday night.

Tracy called up by Phillies


(8/23/2008) The Phillies placed outfielder Geoff Jenkins on the 15-day disabled list Saturday with a strained right hip flexor and purchased infielder Andy Tracy's contract from Triple-A Lehigh Valley.

Savery among slew of Phillies cuts


(3/10/2008) The Phillies optioned RHP Joe Bisenius, RHP Scott Mathieson, LHP J.A. Happ, IF Brad Harman to minor leagues. Also, they reassigned RHP Ron Chiavacci, RHP Zack Segovia, LHP Brian Mazone, LHP Joe Savery, C Tuffy Gosewisch, C Lou Marson, SS Jason Donald, IF Mike Cervenak, 1B Andy Tracy and OF Valentino Pascucci to minor league camp.

A. Tracy among Phils spring invitees


(12/18/2007) The Phillies signed outfielder Brandon Watson, catcher Paul Hoover, reliever Vic Darensbourg, 1B Andy Tracy and outfielder Val Pascucci to minor league contracts. They were invited to spring training, along with RHP Carlos Carrasco, 1B Mike Cervenek, RHP Ron Chiavacci, SS Jason Donald, OF Greg Golson, C Tuffy Gosewisch, C Tim Gradoville, 3B Brennan King, RHP Gary Knotts, C Lou Marson, LHP Brian Mazone, LHP Josh Outman, LHP Joe Savery and SS Casey Smith.

O's assign 3B/1B Tracy to minors


(3/22/2006) The Orioles assigned right-hander Winston Abreu, left-hander Scott Rice and first baseman Andy Tracy to their minor league camp in Sarasota, Fla.

Tracy leaves three on base


(3/13/2006) 3B Andy Tracy went 0-for-4 and left three runners on base as the team's designated hitter Monday.

Indians deal Andy Tracy to O's


(2/20/2006) The Indians traded infielder Andy Tracy to the Orioles on Saturday for a player to be named. Tracy spent most of last season in Japan. He signed a minor-league contract with the Indians in December and was invited to spring training as a non-roster player.

Tribe invites A. Tracy to spring


(12/14/2005) Indians agreed to terms with OF Todd Donovan, SS Jose Flores and 3B Andy Tracy on minor-league contracts with invitations to spring training. Tracy, 32, began the season Triple-A, hitting .325 in 12 games before being sold to Japan's Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles on April 21. In Japan, for Rakuten he hit .209 (36-172) in 63 games.

A. Tracy released, heads for Japan


(4/26/2005) The Rockies released INF Andy Tracy from Triple-A Colorado Springs so he could pursue an opportunity in Japan.

Andy Tracy reassigned


(3/29/2005) The Rockies reassigned Tracy to minor-league camp on Monday.

Rockies cut Tracy from roster


(10/7/2004) The Rockies outrighted Andy Tracy from their 40-man roster on Thursday. He was just 3-for-16 (.188) in primarily a pinch-hitting role for Colorado in September after batting .315 with 33 homers and 120 RBI in 126 games for Triple-A Colorado Springs.