(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.
(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.
(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.