(3/30/2008) The Cardinals assigned 2B D'Angelo Jimenez to Triple-A Memphis on Sunday. He hit .237 this spring.
Jimenez nets two RBI, SB
(3/24/2008) Cardinals INF D'Angelo Jimenez had two hits, both singles, and two RBI in five at-bats during Monday's spring game against the Twins. He also had a stolen base. He is hitting .212 with seven runs, two doubles, one homer and five RBI in 22 spring games.
(10/18/2007) The Nationals said infielder D'Angelo Jimenez, outfielder Alex Escobar and left-handed pitcher Micah Bowie have elected minor league free agency.
Jimenez taken off 40-man roster
(10/12/2007) The Nationals outrighted infielders Tony Batista and D'Angelo Jimenez to the minor leagues Friday.
Jimenez hits another homer Tues.
(9/19/2007) Pinch-hitter D'Angelo Jimenez had a solo shot in the sixth Tuesday off Scott Schoeneweis.
Jimenez goes 3-for-3 in rare start
(9/16/2007) Nationals infielder D'Angelo Jimenez, entering Saturday's game hitting .176, went 3-for-3 with his first homer of the year in a rare start in place of Felipe Lopez. He also doubled, drove in two runs and scored two.
Felipe Lopez sits Sunday
(9/9/2007) Nationals 2B D'Angelo Jimenez, playing shortstop, hit leadoff for the first time this season as SS Felipe Lopez was given a rest until coming into the game in the eighth as a defensive replacement. Jimenez went 3-for-5 with a double and three RBI in Lopez's absence.
Jimenez collects two hits
(7/28/2007) Nationals INF D'Angelo Jimenez was 2-for-3 with a walk Saturday afternoon at the Mets, raising his meager average to .147 on the season.
Jimenez singles home winning run
(7/20/2007) D'Angelo Jimenez's first hit in 20 at-bats as a pinch hitter this season was a game-ending RBI single with one out in the 10th inning Thursday night, giving the Washington Nationals a 5-4 comeback victory over the Colorado Rockies. Jimenez lined a 2-0 pitch up the middle off LaTroy Hawkins (1-5), ran to first base, then was mobbed by teammates who sprinted out of the dugout to celebrate.
Jimenez not producing for Nats
(6/29/2007)The Sports Xchange reports Nationals INF D'Angelo Jimenez continues to struggle at the plate. The journeyman infielder, recalled from Triple-A Columbus on Monday after SS Cristian Guzman suffered a season-ending thumb injury, is 0-for-3 since his return to the majors. For the season, Jimenez is 0-for-14 as a pinch hitter, 1-for-3 in other situations.
Jimenez up to back up at 2B, SS
(6/25/2007) The Nationals added D'Angelo Jimenez to the roster Monday. He will back up SS Felipe Lopez and 2B Ronnie Belliard now that Cristian Guzman (thumb) is out for the year after surgery.
Jimenez set to be recalled
(6/24/2007) Nationals shortstop Cristian Guzman and reliever Jesus Colome were placed on the 15-day disabled list following Sunday's 3-1 victory over the Cleveland Indians. Washington also acquired Levale Speigner from Minnesota in a trade that reunites the right-hander with his former team, and activated Jason Bergmann from the disabled list. Right-hander Chris Schroder was optioned to Triple-A Columbus to make room for Bergmann, but was recalled to the Nationals before he had time to leave. He replaced Colome on the roster.
Jimenez outrighted to Triple-A
(5/2/2007) INF D'Angelo Jimenez cleared waivers and was outrighted to Class AAA Columbus. Jimenez was designated for assignment Monday after going 1-for-14 with the club. He accepted the assignment and will now play for the Clippers.
Jimenez designated for assignment
(4/30/2007) The Nationals recalled OF/INF Kory Casto from Triple-A Columbus on Monday and designated UTL D'Angelo Jimenez for assignment.
Jimenez called up to be reserve
(4/4/2007) Infielder D'Angelo Jimenez, one of the late cuts in spring training, was brought up from Triple-A Columbus to take Guzman's roster spot. Jimenez will be a backup and available to pinch hit. "It's a good feeling to be back," Jimenez said. "Everything is at zero. Starting over."
Nats forced to juggle infield
(4/4/2007) The Nationals purchased D'Angelo Jimenez from the minor leagues. With the loss of Cristian Guzman (hamstring) to the 15-day DL, Felipe Lopez will likely play shortstop every day with Ronnie Belliard at second. Josh Wilson is likely back to the bench with Guzman's extended absence.
Jimenez doesn't make Nats' cut
(3/25/2007) Infielders D'Angelo Jimenez, catcher Juan Brito and left-hander Mike Bacsik were reassigned to minor-league camp. Jimenez was in competition for a reserve infielder role with Josh Wilson, who will now make the team. "He played great, hitting-wise and fielding-wise," Jimenez said. "I'm not hurt."
Nats hand out spring invites
(1/19/2007) D'Angelo Jimenez was among 12 Nationals who agreed to minor league contracts with invitations to spring training. Jimenez hasn't appeared in more than 35 games in a season since 2004. He hit a combined .211 in short stints with Texas and Oakland last season. The other players agreeing to minor league deals were: right-handers Jesus Colome and Anastacio Martinez; left-handers Luis Martinez and Arnie Munoz; outfielders George Lombard and Abraham Nunez; and infielders Melvin Dorta, Jose Macias and Jorge Toca.
Nats to give Jimenez, others deals
(12/21/2006) The Nationals reportedly will announce agreements on minor league deals with 2B D'Angelo Jimenez, OF Abraham Nunez and left-hander Luis Martinez.
A's release 2B Jimenez
(10/24/2006) The Athletics released infielder D'Angelo Jimenez on Monday. Jimenez signed a minor-league contract with Oakland on June 23 and was just 1-for-14 in eight regular-season games in the majors with the A's. Jimenez started the final five games of the postseason for Oakland after starting second baseman Mark Ellis broke a finger. Jimenez was just 2-for-16 with two errors in the playoffs as Oakland was swept by Detroit in the AL championship series.
A's add D'Angelo Jimenez
(9/5/2006) The A's brought up infielder D'Angelo Jimenez from Triple-A Sacramento, to give them added depth with shortstop Bobby Crosby on the disabled list, and designated right-hander Matt Roney and infielder Mike Rouse for assignment to clear room on the 40-man roster.
A's Johnson up, Jimenez demoted
(8/31/2006) The Athletics recalled 1B Dan Johnson from Triple-A Sacramento of the PCL and sent UTL D'Angelo Jimenez outright to Sacramento, removing him from the 40-man roster.
D'Angelo Jimenez recalled
(8/25/2006) The Oakland Athletics recalled Jimenez from Triple-A Sacramento on Friday in place of Bobby Crosby, who was placed on the 15-day disabled list.
2B Jimenez outrighted by A's
(8/20/2006) Athletics sent UTL D'Angelo Jimenez outright to Triple-A Sacramento of the PCL on Friday.
(8/4/2006) The Oakland Athletics have added Jimenez to the 40-man roster and he will come up from Triple-A Sacramento to provide depth in the infield with Bobby Crosby (back) headed to the 15-day disabled list.
Jimenez released Wednesday
(6/15/2006) D'Angelo Jimenez was released Wednesday. He had been designated for assignment June 6 and cleared waivers without being claimed. Jimenez hit .211 with one home run and eight RBI in 20 games.
Jimenez designated for assignment
(6/6/2006) The Rangers designated INF D'Angelo Jimenez for assignment on Tuesday.
D. Jimenez might get cut
(6/5/2006) If the team does activate Antonio Alfonseca (elbow) form the 15-day disabled list after assessing his progress Monday, it's very possible INF D'Angelo Jimenez could be placed on waivers.
Jimenez sits out on Monday
(5/23/2006) D'Angelo Jimenez did not get into Monday's game against the Angels, which has been a recurring theme for the middle infielder despite the fact Ian Kinsler (thumb) has been sidelined.
D'Angelo Jimenez takes a backseat
(5/11/2006) D'Angelo Jimenez has just one at-bat since April 29 for the Texas Rangers. He's back to a reserve role with Mark DeRosa back in action.
Jimenez sits for Rangers
(4/21/2006) Texas 2B Drew Meyer made his first big league start and went 2-for-5 against Tampa Bay Friday.
D'Angelo Jimenez to start in Texas
(4/20/2006) MLB.com reports D'Angelo Jimenez will remain the regular second baseman in Texas until Mark DeRosa or Ian Kinsler return from the disabled list. "D.J. has handled it well," Showalter said. "He has given us a little lift with Ian out. That's another great sign for [general manager Jon Daniels] in the offseason. I didn't know much about him. We're lucky to have him."
D'Angelo Jimenez to start
(4/19/2006) Jimenez will be the team's starting second baseman with Mark DeRosa (ankle) placed on the 15-day disabled list on Wednesday.
D'Angelo Jimenez to remain a reserve
(4/13/2006) MLB.com reports Mark DeRosa (leg) is expected to get most of the time at second base while Ian Kinsler is out. "I'm going to play everybody, but Mark has certainly earned that opportunity," Texas manager Buck Showalter said.
Jimenez replaces Ian Kinsler
(4/12/2006) D'Angelo Jimenez was 0-for-2 with a walk in Tuesday's game after taking over for an injured Ian Kinsler (dislocated thumb).
D'Angelo Jimenez sees some action
(4/6/2006) MLB.com reports D'Angelo Jimenez started ahead of Ian Kinsler in Wednesday's loss to Boston. Rangers manager Buck Showalter likes to get his reserves some at-bats, but Jimenez won't enter a platoon situation with the rookie.
2B Jimenez makes Rangers' roster
(4/2/2006) The Rangers purchased the contracts of RHP Antonio Alfonseca, OF Adrian Brown and INF D'Angelo Jimenez from Triple-A Oklahoma of the PCL.
D'Angelo Jimenez goes No. 310
(2/21/2006) D'Angelo Jimenez was the 310th overall selection (Round 26) in the 2006 CBS SportsLine.com AL Experts League.
Rangers give Jimenez minor deal
(12/16/2005) The Rangers signed 2B D'Angelo Jimenez and RHP Kasey Ueno to minor-league contracts with an invite to spring training. The Rangers also released OF Jeremy Cleveland, RHP Marcos Herrera, IF Josh Kreuzer, IF Bobby Lenoir, IF Abigail Sandoval and OF Jose Torres.
Jimenez becomes free agent
(10/11/2005) The Reds announced RHP Chris Booker declined to be sent outright to Triple-A Louisville of the IL and elected free agency. Also, INF D'Angelo Jimenez and RHP Ben Weber elected free agency.
Jimenez accepts assignment to minors
(5/27/2005) D'Angelo Jimenez, who was designated for assignment, accepted an outright assignment to Double-A Chattanooga and reported Thursday. Jimenez hit .229 with five RBIs in 35 games this season for the Reds.
Jimenez sent for assignement
(5/20/2005) The Reds designated D'Angelo Jimenez for assignment Friday.
D'Angelo Jimenez returns to lineup
(5/13/2005) Jimenez started for the first time since May 3 and singled in his first at-bat.
D'Angelo Jimenez remains cold
(4/30/2005) Jienez went 0-for-4 at Milwaukee Friday.
D. Jimenez with three knocks
(4/13/2005) D'Angelo Jimenez was 3-for-5 with two runs scored and an RBI in Wednesday's game at St. Louis.
D'Angelo Jimenez struggling
(3/23/2005) The Cincinnati Enquirer reports manager Dave Miley is considering Ryan Freel at second base in place of the struggling Jimenez who is batting .156 this spring.
D'Angelo Jimenez to lead off
(3/4/2005) Manager Dave Miley told the Cincinnati Enquirer that D'Angelo Jimenez will be his regular leadoff hitter.
Reds re-sign D'Angelo Jimenez
(12/21/2004) Jimenez re-signed for one season with the Reds on Tuesday.
Reds' Jimenez out of lineup
(10/1/2004) D'Angelo Jimenez was a late scratch Friday against the Pirates because sore right thumb.
(8/15/2004) D'Angelo Jimenez went 3-for-4 with a run scored Sunday against the Padres. It was his third three-hit game in seven contests.
D'Angelo Jimenez hitting well
(7/21/2004) Jimenez was 2-for-5 with a pair of RBI in Wednesday's game at Chicago Cubs.
D'Angelo Jimenez hitting well
(7/20/2004) Jimenez was 2-for-5 with two runs scored and two RBI in Monday's game against the Brewers.
D'Angelo Jimenez takes BP
(6/30/2004) The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that Jimenez (strained oblique) took batting practice right-handed for the first time since incurring the injury on June 13.
D'Angelo Jimenez plays second base
(6/24/2004) The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that Jimenez started at second base Tuesday after three straight starts at shortstop.
Jimenez back for Reds
(6/20/2004) D'Angelo Jimenez (oblique) was back in the starting lineup Sunday. He has just two pinch-hit at-bats since injuring himself June 12.
D'Angelo Jimenez pinch hits
(6/20/2004) Jimenez (oblique) was unable to start again in Saturday's game at St. Louis. He struck out as a pinch hitter in the ninth innings.
Reds' Jimenez unable to go
(6/18/2004) D'Angelo Jimenez was not in the starting lineup on Friday against St. Louis. He has been unble to start since leaving Sunday's game with an oblique injury.
Reds' Jimenez out Thursday
(6/18/2004) D'Angelo Jimenez (oblique) missed his fourth consecutive game on Thursday against Texas.
D'Angelo Jimenez sits again
(6/16/2004) Jimenez (oblique) was unable to play again on Wednesday against the Rangers.
D'Angelo Jimenez back Wednesday?
(6/16/2004) The Cincinnati Enquirer reports Jimenez (oblique) might return for Wednesday's game against Texas.
D'Angelo Jimenez sits again
(6/16/2004) Jimenez (oblique) missed his second consecutive game on Tuesday against the Rangers.
Reds' Jimenez out again
(6/14/2004) D'Angelo Jimenez (oblique) was out of the lineup again on Monday at Philadelphia.
Jimenez leaves game with injury
(6/13/2004) D'Angelo Jimenez was lifted for a pinch-runner in the second inning after straining his left oblique. Jacob Cruz entered the game for him and Ryan Freel moved to second base.
D. Jimenez reaches five times
(6/13/2004) Jimenez went 2-for-2 with three walks on Saturday against Cleveland. He hit his 12th double and stole his seventh base as well.
Jimenez on a roll
(6/9/2004) D'Angelo Jimenez is 19-for-45 (.422) in his past 11 games. His batting average has increased from .216 to .259 in that span.
Jimenez has big game
(5/20/2004) D'Angelo Jimenez singled home the game-winning run in the 10th inning on Wednesday. It was his fourth hit of the night.
(6:04 pm ET) D'Angelo Jimenez has seen his batting average drop 144 points over the past 28 games. He is hitting .162 (17-for-105) in that span.
Reds' Jimenez hitless again
(4/21/2004) D'Angelo Jiminez was hitless in his fourth consecutive game on Tuesday, going 0-for-4 against the Braves.
D'Angelo Jimenez cools off
(4/18/2004) Jimenez was 0-for-6 in Sunday's game at Chicago Cubs to follow up an 0-for-3 performance on Saturday.
D'Angelo Jimenez has three hits
(4/6/2004) Jimenez was 3-for-4 with a run scored and RBI as Cincinnati's leadoff man on Monday against the Cubs.
Reds' Jimenez plays SS
(3/25/2004) The Cincinnati Enquirer notes D'Angelo Jimenez played shortstop on Wednesday. "He's been working out there. This gives us a different look, another option," Dave Miley said.
D'Angelo Jimenez hits leadoff
(2/11/2004) The Cincinnati Enquirer says Jimenez is the favorite to hit leadoff for the Reds. "Dave Miley has looked at a lot of potential lineup combinations, but he feels that D'Angelo at second base and as our leadoff hitter is our best combination," general manager Dan O'Brien said.
D'Angelo Jimenez back with Reds
(12/20/2003) Jimenez re-signed with Cincinnati Friday. He inked a one-year contract.
D'Angelo Jimenez drops in order
(8/15/2003) The Cincinnati Post reports that Jimenez has dropped from leadoff to third in the batting order for the Reds. "Maybe he can get up there with a couple of guys on and have some RBI opportunities," said Reds manager Dave Miley.
(7/26/2003) Jiminez went 2-for-3 to push his hit streak to 15 games, which is the longest streak for a player from the start of his Cincinnati career.
D'Angelo Jimenez pitching well
(7/22/2003) Jimenez was 1-for-4 with a run scored and RBI on Monday.
D'Angelo Jimenez starts again
(7/14/2003) Jimenez was in the starting lineup for the sixth consecutive game on Sunday. He responded by going 1-for-3 with a pair of runs scored, three walks and two stolen bases.
Reds acquire D'Angelo Jimenez
(7/6/2003) The Chicago White Sox traded Jimenez to the Cincinnati Reds for minor-league pitcher Scott Dunn.
D'Angelo Jimenez drawing interest
(7/5/2003) According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Jimenez intrigues the Cardinals. He was recently designated for assignment.
D'Angelo Jimenez designated
(7/2/2003) The White Sox designated Jimenez for assignment on Wednesday.
D'Angelo Jimenez heads to bench
(7/1/2003) With Roberto Alomar now a member of the White Sox, Jimenez will likely become a reserve infielder.
D'Angelo Jimenez struggling
(6/16/2003) Jimenez didn't start Sunday but was used as a pinch hitter. He flew out in his only at-bat, extending his slump to 0-for-14 in his last four games. He also hasn't drawn a walk in 11 games.
D'Angelo Jimenez returns Saturday
(6/8/2003) Jimenez (ankle) returned to the lineup on Saturday. He was 1-for-5 with an RBI.
D'Angelo Jimenez has ankle injury
(6/6/2003) Jimenez didn't start Thursday in Arizona due to a twisted left ankle he suffered last Friday, according to the Arlington Heights Daily Herald. He grounded out as a pinch hitter later in the game.
D'Angelo Jimenez on hot streak
(6/3/2003) Jimenez went 2-for-3 with a home run and two RBI Monday in Cleveland, marking the second straight game in which he has homered. He is 12-for-33 (.364) with eight runs in his last nine games.
Utility role for D'Angelo Jimenez?
(5/8/2003) The Chicago Sun-Times reports that White Sox manager Jerry Manuel might consider making Tony Graffanino his starting second baseman in order to shake up his offense. Jimenez, who has played fairly well, would take over the utility role.
Jimenez returns for White Sox
(5/2/2003) D'Angelo Jimenez (knee) returned to the lineup on Friday. He was 3-for-4.
D'Angelo Jimenez has sore right knee
(5/2/2003) The Arlington Heights Daily Herald reports that Jimenez was sidelined the last two games to rest a sore right knee. He suffered the injury sliding into home last weekend. "He kind of banged up his knee a little bit," said White Sox manager Jerry Manuel. "I was looking for a chance to give him a couple of games, and this seemed to be a good time."
D'Angelo Jimenez to sit two straight?
(5/1/2003) Jimenez was given the night off Wednesday against Oakland and might sit out Thursday as well, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. He is hitless in his last 17 at-bats, and is in a 2-for-29 slump.
D'Angelo Jimenez cooling off
(4/29/2003) After reaching base in 19 straight games from April 2-24, Jimenez has gone 2-for-25 (.080) in his last seven games, according to the White Sox's game notes. He is also hitless in 12 at-bats in his last three games.
D'Angelo Jimenez on hot streak
(4/21/2003) The Chicago Sun-Times reports that Jimenez has reached base in 15 consecutive games. He has also hit in eight straight games, batting .485 (17-for-35), and leads the White Sox with seven multi-hit games.
D'Angelo Jimenez might hit leadoff
(2/24/2003) According to the Chicago Sun-Times, Jimenez might be the favorite to be the team's leadoff hitter. "It feels good to be new in the organization and they look at you like that,'' said Jimenez.''But I've come in to win the second baseman job and trying to work hard and be ready for opening day.''
(8/26/2002) The White Sox will recall Jimenez from Triple-A Charlotte on Monday. "We'll try to find out as much as we can about Jimenez," manager Jerry Manuel told the Chicago Sun-Times. "It will be tough with the way we're set up now, but we'll try to give him a chance to play. Against left-handed starters, Royce [Clayton] will play, but Jimenez is a switch hitter and we need to find out something about him." Even if Jimenez gets occasional starts at shortstop, he won't play enough initially to be worth adding to a Fantasy roster.
(7/12/2002) Jimenez was traded Friday to the Chicago White Sox from the San Diego Padres for two minor leaguers. Chicago optioned Jimenez to Triple-A Charlotte. He is useless as a Fantasy player right now.
(7/1/2002) If you noticed anything strange about the San Diego-Kansas City box score, it was that D'Angelo Jimenez made a relief pitching appearance in a 13-1 Kansas City rout. Jimenez pitched 1 1/3 perfect innings on Sunday. This is obviously a rare occasion and Jimenez will not become eligible at pitcher. His Fantasy value as an infielder remains little to none.
(5/28/2002) Jimenez will likely have his playing time reduced in the next few weeks. The Padres plan on getting Ramon Vazquez more at-bats at second base. Monitor this situation. Jimenez is only batting .228 and will be useless if his playing time is decreased.
(5/15/2002) Jimenez is hitting .080 in the past week. He has limited Fantasy appeal, and if Jimenez is not hitting for a good average, he is useless. Drop him for a more productive middle infielder.
(6/26/2001) Jimenez walked, singled and stole a base in four plate appearances in his first game with the Padres on Monday. He's a good cheap source of speed in NL-only leagues, as he'll serve as San Diego's starting shortstop for the forseeable future.
(6/24/2001) Jimenez was traded from the Yankees to the San Diego Padres for Jay Witasick on Saturday. Jimenez, 23, could fill in for the Padres at second base or shortstop later in the season, and he's a solid pick for NL-only keeper leagues.
(3/9/2001) Jimenez is still in the race for a bench job with the Yankees this season, according to the N.Y. Daily News. "He still impresses me as a guy who could come off the bench and pinch hit for you," said Manager Joe Torre. "He's got good presence at the plate. I'm not sure what his best position is yet." He might be worth a one-dollar flyer in deep AL-only leagues due to the possibility that he sees considerable playing time at second base due to incumbent Chuck Knoblauch's chronic throwing problems.