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5 Michael Barrett C
Height/Weight: 6-3/215 | Birthdate: 10/22/1976 | Birthplace: Atlanta, GA | Bats/Throws: R/R | Team: New York | College: No College | MLB Experience: 12
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Mets give C Barrett minor deal


(6/29/2010) The Mets have signed catcher Michael Barrett to a minor-league contract Tuesday.

Barrett designated for assignment


(10/29/2009) The Blue Jays have designated catcher Michael Barrett for assignment. They have 10 days to trade, release or outright him to the minor leagues.

Blue Jays pull three off 15-day DL


(10/14/2009) The Blue Jays removed pitcher Dustin McGowan (recovery from right shoulder surgery), pitcher Jesse Litsch (Tommy John elbow surgery in June 2009) and catcher Michael Barrett (shoulder) from the 15-day DL on Wednesday.

Barrett sent down to Triple-A


(7/6/2009) Toronto activated catcher Michael Barrett from the 15-day disabled list and sent him outright to Triple-A Las Vegas on Monday.

Barrett ready to start rehab stint


(6/15/2009) Catcher Michael Barrett was assigned to the Class A Dunedin Blue Jays of the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday.

Barrett begins long rehab road


(5/8/2009) The Toronto Sun reports that Blue Jays backup C Michael Barrett (torn shoulder muscle) has begun playing catch but could be out weeks or months. "It's going to be a long road," Barrett said. "I can't let my expectations get too big," he said. "I hit off a tee (yesterday). Hitting won't be as bad as throwing. It's still a challenge to work through the pain."

Barrett lands on 15-day disabled list


(4/18/2009) Toronto Blue Jays catcher Michael Barrett was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a torn muscle and possible fracture in his right shoulder. Catcher Raul Chavez was recalled from Triple-A on Saturday to take Barrett's place on the roster.

Barrett exits with injury


(4/17/2009) Blue Jays catcher Michael Barrett left Friday's game against Oakland in the fourth inning after he injured his right shoulder chasing a wild pitch. Barrett was injured while trying to prevent Bobby Crosby from scoring from third base on a wild pitch from left-hander David Purcey. Barrett picked up the ball in Oakland's on-deck circle but fell awkwardly on his right shoulder as he threw home, appearing to land on a weight used by on-deck hitters. Barrett lay on the ground in pain and was attended to by trainer George Poulis and manager Cito Gaston before walking gingerly off the field, holding his right arm. He was replaced by Rod Barajas.

Backup C Barrett hits first homer


(4/16/2009) Blue Jays C Michael Barrett, backing up Rod Barajas behind the plate, got a start Wednesday at Minnesota and went 2-for-5 with a home run -- his first -- and two runs scored.

Barrett is late-inning replacement


(4/14/2009) Toronto C Michael Barrett entered Tuesday's game as a defensive replacement after John McDonald ran for starter Rod Barajas against the Twins. Barrett went 0-for-1.

Barrett makes Blue Jays roster


(4/5/2009) Blue Jays C Michael Barrett had his minor league contract purchased on Sunday as he made the team's 25-man roster out of spring training. Barrett hit .225 this spring in 40 at bats with four RBI.

Barrett wins job as backup catcher


(4/1/2009) The Blue Jays effectively named Michael Barrett their backup catcher when they sent Raul Chavez to the minor leagues Wednesday. Barrett hit .257 (9-for-35) this spring.

Jays give minor deal to Barrett


(12/30/2008) Pitcher Mike Maroth, catcher Michael Barrett and two other players signed minor league contracts with the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday and were invited to spring training. Catcher Raul Chavez and infielder Randy Ruiz also joined the Blue Jays.

Jays give C Barrett minor deal


(12/30/2008) The Toronto Blue Jays signed veteran catcher Michael Barrett to a minor league contract.

Marlins might be interested in Barrett


(12/11/2008) The Marlins have expressed interest in free-agent catcher Michael Barrett, who played just 30 games last year for the Padres due to injuries.

Barrett waived by Padres


(10/11/2008) Padres catcher Michael Barrett, who missed 115 games because of injuries, has elected free agency after clearing outright waivers.

Padres claim Patterson from Yanks


(9/11/2008) The San Diego Padres claimed right-hander Scott Patterson off outright waivers from the New York Yankees on Thursday. To make room on the 40-man roster, the Padres transferred catcher Michael Barrett to the 60-day disabled list. Patterson will join the Padres for Friday night's game against San Francisco.

Barrett has 'gnarly' scar


(7/29/2008) Padres C Michael Barrett continues to recover from surgery on July 13 to insert four titanium plates in his face. He broke his nose, his right orbital bone and a bone in his forehead when he fouled a ball off his face at Colorado on July 2. Barrett said doctors peeled his forehead down during the four-hour surgery. He has a scar running across the top of his head where doctors used 32 staples to close him back up. "I've got pictures. They're gnarly," Barrett said.

Barrett undergoes successful surgery


(7/19/2008) The Sports Xchange notes that Michael Barrett had successful surgery in San Diego Thursday to repair the facial and nasal fractures suffered July 2 when he was struck in the face by a foul ball off his own bat. Barrett suffered a broken nose and facial fractures, including one to his right orbital bone.

Barrett ready for nose surgery


(7/7/2008) Sitting at his locker in street clothes and squinting through two black eyes, San Diego Padres catcher Michael Barrett drew quite the crowd. Greg Maddux, Monday night's starter against Florida, took a picture of Barrett with his iPhone. Ace Jake Peavy came over and offered consoling words to the injured Barrett. "You look good," Peavy said. "At least your nose is straight." It was the first time the Padres saw Barrett since he fouled a ball off his face Wednesday night in a game at Colorado, fracturing three bones and landing on the disabled list for perhaps six weeks. Barrett spent that night in a Denver hospital and returned to San Diego the next day while the team headed to Arizona for a weekend series. "I feel really good," Barrett said. "At this point, I look a lot worse than I feel. I'm just hurrying up and waiting for surgery. That's kind of the thing I want now."

Barrett on DL, will miss six weeks


(7/4/2008) Padres C Michael Barrett will require surgery for facial fractures and may be out six weeks. The Padres placed him on the 15-day disabled list on Friday and purchased the contract of catcher Nick Hundley from Triple-A Portland. Barrett left Wednesday night's game at Colorado in the third inning after fouling a ball off his face. He returned to San Diego and was examined at Scripps Clinic on Thursday. "I think the early word is that he'll have to have some plates and screws in the area," Padres manager Bud Black said. "They do expect a full recovery, however."

Barrett to undergo surgery


(7/4/2008) The San Diego Union-Tribune reports that Padres catcher Michael Barrett suffered multiple facial fractures, one a broken nose that will require surgery, when he was struck by a ball off his bat Wednesday in Denver.

Barrett likely headed to DL


(7/3/2008) Padres catcher Michael Barrett returned to San Diego and was examined at Scripps Clinic on Thursday, a day after fouling a ball off his face at Colorado. Barrett, who is believed to have a broken nose, was hospitalized overnight in Denver. The Padres were off Thursday. Barrett left Wednesday night's game in the third inning after fouling a ball off his face. Barrett remained on the ground near home plate for several minutes. He was attended to by trainers before walking to the clubhouse under his own power.

Barrett hit in face, leaves game Wed.


(7/3/2008) San Diego Padres catcher Michael Barrett left Wednesday night's game against Colorado in the third inning after fouling a ball off his face. He was taken to a hospital for further evaluation for what was believed to be a broken nose, according to the team. Barrett remained on the ground near home plate for several minutes. He was attended to by trainers before walking to the clubhouse under his own power.

Barrett 1-for-14 in last five


(6/17/2008) Padres C Michael Barrett was hitless in two at-bats Tuesday against the Yankees and walked once. He was the only San Diego hitter not to strikeout. Barrett, however, is just 1-for-14 (.071) in his last five games. He hasn't had a multi-hit game since May 29.