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56 Gary Majewski RP
Height/Weight: 6-2/215 | Birthdate: 2/26/1980 | Birthplace: Houston, TX | Bats/Throws: R/R | Team: Houston | College: No College | MLB Experience: 5
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Astros' Majewski accepts assignment


(7/26/2010) The Astros outrighted RHP Gary Majewski to the Triple-A Round Rock Express on Sunday. He had been designated for assignment, but he cleared waivers and accepted his assignment to the minors.

Majewski designated for assignment


(7/21/2010) The Astros have designated RP Gary Majewski for assigment.

Majewski nearly at home in majors


(7/20/2010) From The Sports Xchange notes: RHP Gary Majewski pitched a scoreless ninth inning in his Astros debut, his first major-league outing since Sept. 28, 2008. "If feels awesome; I'm loving it," said Majewski, a Houston native. "But it will be a lot better once Friday rolls around, actually being at home."

Majewski called up to Astros


(7/18/2010) The Astros purchased the contract of reliever Gary Majewski from Triple-A Round Rock and designated Casey Daigle for assignment Sunday. According to MLB.com, Majewski is expected to report to Chicago in time for Monday's game against the Cubs. In 27 appearances for Round Rock, Majewski was 3-2 with a 4.04 ERA. "A lot of it is with the situation in our bullpen right now, the last couple days and needing to get another arm in here to kind of help out a little bit as well," Astros manager Brad Mills said. "And [Daigle's] been used quite a bit the past couple days."

Astros trim roster to 29 players


(3/30/2010) Infielder Edwin Maysonet and reliever Wilton Lopez were optioned to the Astros' minor league camp Tuesday. In other moves, the team said non-roster invitee reliever Casey Daigle will be reassigned to minor league camp after he pitches with the big league club Thursday. Non-roster invitee relievers Gary Majewski and Gustavo Chacin, infielders Chris Shelton and Drew Meyer, and catcher Kevin Cash will stay with Houston through its home exhibition series against the Blues Jays and then be reassigned to minor league camp. The Astros must make four more cuts by Sunday afternoon to get to the 25-man limit.

Astros announce spring invites


(1/18/2010) The Astros have announced the following spring training non-roster invites: pitchers Shane Loux, Josh Banks, Gustavo Chacin, Roy Corcoran, Casey Daigle, Chia-Jen Lo and Gary Majewski; catchers Jason Castro, Brian Esposito and Lou Santangelo; infielders Drew Meyer, Oswaldo Navarro and Chris Shelton; and outfielder Alex Romero.

Astros hand out four minor deals


(12/9/2009) The Astros signed 1B Chris Shelton, OF Alex Romero, RP Gary Majewski and SS Oswaldo Navarro to minor league contracts Tuesday.

Phillies make final cuts


(4/5/2009) Pitchers Gary Majewski, Rodrigo Lopez and Scott Mathieson did not make the Phillies' 25-man roster or get placed on the 15-day DL. They will open the year in the minor leagues.

Majewski heading to the minors


(4/3/2009) Phillies reliever Gary Majewski was told that he will be reassigned to the minor leagues after this weekend's exhibition games.

Happ, Taschner favorites for bullpen


(4/1/2009) The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that Phillies SP J.A. Happ and RP Jack Taschner are heavy favorites to take the two remaining spots in the bullpen. The other contenders are RP Gary Majewski and SP Bobby Mosebach.

Majewski making bid with Phillies


(3/19/2009) From the The Sports Xchange: With a solid start to spring training, thanks mostly to his revived sinker, RHP Gary Majewski has put himself in position to earn a spot in the Phillies' bullpen. "I probably could've waited longer and signed a (major league contract) somewhere else," Majewski said. "But hell, these guys won the World Series, and I heard nothing but good things about them." Majewski, 29, began the spring with six scoreless innings of relief. Now, though, Majewski's shoulder pain is gone. His outlook on life finally has brightened. "You tell yourself, 'You're married and you've got a little girl to support now,'" said Majewski, whose daughter, Kylee Jade, is 9 months old. "Pull your head out of (the sand) and get after it."

Phillies give Majewski minor deal


(12/27/2008) The Phillies signed reliever Gary Majewski to a minor league contract.

Majewski becomes non-tender free agent


(12/15/2008) Cincinnati decided against offering 2009 contracts to reliever Gary Majewski, right-hander Matt Belisle and outfielder Norris Hopper, making all of them free agents. The Reds had just two outfielders on their 40-man roster with Hopper gone, but they brought him back on the minor league deal.

Majewski on since the All-Star break


(7/31/2008) The Sports Xchange notes that Gary Majewski has appeared in four of his team's last six games and has not allowed a run since the All-Star break (6 2/3 innings, one hit, three walks, six strikeouts).

Majewski works long relief appearance


(6/25/2008) RHP Gary Majewski took one for the team, coming in with the Reds trailing 9-0 in the second inning and pitching three innings Tuesday, the most he has pitched this season and matching his career high. He allowed two runs.

Majewski comes off bereavement list


(6/14/2008) The Reds reinstated right-hander Gary Majewski from the bereavement list on Saturday, making him available to pitch against the Boston Red Sox. Left-hander Danny Herrera was optioned to Triple-A Louisville to open a spot. Majewski left Tuesday to be with his wife for the birth of their daughter.

Majewski still on bereavement leave


(6/13/2008) Reds RP Gary Majewski did not come off the bereavement list for Friday's game against the Red Sox. He has been out of action since Tuesday, when he first went on the bereavement list.

Majewski on bereavement leave


(6/10/2008) Gary Majewski was placed on the bereavement list Tuesday.

Reds bring Majewski back up


(6/1/2008) The Reds put right-hander Josh Fogg on the 15-day DL with a sore back Sunday and called up right-handed reliever Gary Majewski. The move leaves Cincinnati with more uncertainty over its fifth starter's spot. The 31-year-old Fogg got hit hard again Saturday, when he botched a chance to get back into the rotation. He gave up seven hits and six runs in 3 1/3 innings of an 8-7 victory over Atlanta. After the game, Fogg complained about back spasms. "We need some pitching help bad," manager Dusty Baker said. "We can't wait." Fogg started the season in the rotation, but was demoted to long relief after three poor starts. He went 15 days between appearances out of the bullpen. The Reds optioned right-hander Matt Belisle to Triple-A on Tuesday to turn him into a reliever. Fogg was given a chance to start against the Braves, and could have regained his spot in the rotation with a strong showing. The Reds aren't sure who will take fill the open spot in the rotation.

Gary Majewski optioned to Triple-A


(3/22/2008) Rightyreliever Gary Majewski and lefty reliever Jon Coutlangus were optioned to Triple-A Louisville, leaving the Reds with 38 healthy players in camp.

Majewski sports 162.00 ERA


(2/27/2008) Reds RP Gary Majewski had a rough spring debut Wednesday against the Phillies. The veteran righty allowed six hits and six runs in 1/3 of inning. He opens spring training with a 162.00 ERA.

Gary Majewski allows homer


(8/11/2007) RHP Gary Majewski, recalled from Triple-A Louisville, gave up a home run and a single to the first two batters he faced in his first assignment Friday against the Padres.

Reds add Majewski to bullpen


(8/7/2007) The Reds shuffled their league-worst bullpen again Tuesday, activating Eddie Guardado and recalling Gary Majewski. The Reds optioned rookie left-hander Jon Coutlangus (4-1, 3.93 ERA) to Triple-A Louisville and placed utilityman Ryan Freel on the 15-day DL because torn cartilage in his right knee.

Majewski sent down to Triple-A


(6/15/2007) The Cincinnati Reds optioned struggling reliever Gary Majewski to Triple-A Louisville on Friday and recalled rookie Brad Salmon.

Majewski blows save Saturday


(6/10/2007) David Dellucci's two-run opposite-field homer into the left field seats off Gary Majewski tied the game Saturday. "I've had better days," Majewski said. "It was a sinker up. It didn't do a whole lot. He stayed on it and hit it out."