(3/23/2009) The Reds released LHP Aaron Fultz and 1B Daryle Ward on Monday following their game against the Toronto Blue Jays.
Reds give LH RP Fultz a minor deal
(12/23/2008) The Cincinnati Reds signed journeyman lefty reliever Aaron Fultz to a minor league contract Tuesday.
Rockies give LH RP Fultz minor deal
(5/7/2008) The Rockies signed veteran lefty reliever Aaron Fultz to a minor league contract.
Aaron Fultz released by Tigers
(4/12/2008)Aaron Fultz asked for and was granted his release on Friday, according to The Detroit News.
Tigers bring in LHP Aaron Fultz
(3/29/2008) RP Aaron Fultz and the Tigers agreed to a minor-league contract Saturday. The 34-year-old left-hander will report to Triple-A Toledo. He was released Friday by the Cleveland Indians after compiling an 11.88 ERA in seven spring training appearances.
Indians designate LH RP Fultz
(3/26/2008) The Indians designated LHP Aaron Fultz for assignment, purchased the contract of RHP Jorge Julio from Triple-A Buffalo, optioned 2B Josh Barfield to Triple-A Buffalo and reassigned RHP Scott Elarton to minor league camp Wednesday.
Indians parting ways with LH Fultz
(3/24/2008) Cleveland is parting ways with lefty reliever Aaron Fultz, who had a rough training camp. Unless the Indians can work a trade, they will have to pay his entire $1.5 million contract for 2008. On Sunday, the club acquired left-hander Craig Breslow on waivers from Boston, possibly to fill Fultz's bullpen spot.
Fultz option picked up by Indians
(11/6/2007) The Indians exercised their $1.5 million option on left-handed reliever Aaron Fultz, who could become a trade option this winter.
Fultz sunk in the 13th inning
(8/9/2007) Scott Podsednik singled with one out in the 13th inning of Wednesday's game against the Indians and Juan Uribe lined a ball over the wall in left center off Aaron Fultz, his 12th homer of the season. "I didn't want it in the seats. It was supposed to be down and away. It was just up," Fultz said. "He's a free swinger and, if I make a good pitch, hopefully he hits a ground ball to short and get a double play. But I got it up and he hit it well."
Indians bring Fultz off DL
(8/1/2007) Left-hander Aaron Fultz was activated from the 15-day DL on Wednesday by the Indians, who designated right-hander Fernando Cabrera for assignment. Fultz had been sidelined since June 24 with a strained right ribcage muscle. He pitched two scoreless innings in a pair of rehab assignments in the minors this week.
Fultz works at Lake County
(8/1/2007) LHP Aaron Fultz might be days away from re-joining the Cleveland Indians. He pitched a scoreless inning on Tuesday for Class A Lake County. He's been on the 15-day disabled list since June 24 with a rib cage strain.
Fultz begins rehab assignment
(7/29/2007) Indians RP Aaron Fultz, sidelined since June 24 with a strained muscle in his right side, pitched one scoreless inning Sunday for Double-A Akron. "Assuming everything goes OK, he'll probably make another outing in a couple days and then we'll go from there," manager Eric Wedge said.
Fultz to play for Double-A Sun.
(7/28/2007) Indians RP Aaron Fultz, sidelined since June 24 with a strained muscle in his right side, is scheduled to pitch one inning Sunday at Double-A Akron. "Assuming everything goes OK, he'll probably make another outing in a couple days and then we'll go from there," manager Eric Wedge said.
A. Fultz to pitch sim game
(7/27/2007) LHP Aaron Fultz, on the 15-day disabled list since June 27 with a strained muscle in his ribcage, will pitch a simulated game Friday.
Fultz throws bullpen session
(7/25/2007) Indians RP Aaron Fultz threw a bullpen session before Wednesday's game against the Red Sox, moving him closer to returning from a strained muscle in his rib cage. Fultz has been on the disabled list since June 27.
Aaron Fultz plays catch Monday
(7/24/2007) LHP Aaron Fultz, sidelined since June 24 with a right ribcage strain, played catch on the sidelines before Monday's game against Boston.
Fultz plays catch Friday
(7/20/2007) Indians RP Aaron Fultz (strained muscle in his side), out since June 22, played catch from 75 feet in Cleveland on Friday. He will progress to 90 and 120 feet, then throw a bullpen session before going on a rehab assignment.
Fultz stays behind in Cleveland
(7/19/2007) Indians RP Aaron Fultz will remain in Cleveland and won't throw during the series in Texas as he tries to come back from a strain in his right side. Fultz has been on the 15-day DL since June 27, and has had more soreness than anticipated.
Fultz nearly ready for rehab
(7/18/2007) LHP Aaron Fultz (strained ribs) reported no problems after playing catch Monday and will likely make a rehab appearance next week before the Indians consider bringing him off the 15-day DL. "We're going to give it as much time as we need to," manager Eric Wedge said.
Fultz scheduled for 'pen session
(7/13/2007) Indians RP Aaron Fultz, out since July 24 with a strained muscle in his right side, is scheduled to throw a bullpen session Monday, followed by an injury rehab assignment in the minors. "I feel OK, but not 100 percent," Fultz said.
Fultz throws bullpen session
(7/7/2007) Indians RP Aaron Fultz (right intercostal strain) threw a bullpen session before Saturday's game and will throw live batting practice on Thursday.
Aaron Fultz throws in pen
(7/6/2007)The Sports Xchange notes: LHP Aaron Fultz, on the disabled list with a strained muscle in his rib cage, threw a successful bullpen session Thursday.
Fultz to throw on Thursday
(7/4/2007) LHP Aaron Fultz, on the disabled list since June 27 with a strained muscle in his rib cage, will throw a bullpen session Thursday.
Indians' Fultz goes on 15-day DL
(6/27/2007) The Indians placed left-hander Aaron Fultz on the 15-day DL because of a strained rib muscle Wednesday. The Indians recalled right-hander Edward Mujica from Triple-A Buffalo to take Fultz's spot in the bullpen. Fultz experienced soreness in his right rib cage area following his last outing in Washington on Friday. The move is retroactive to Saturday. Mujica went 0-1 with 11 saves and a 5.84 ERA in 23 appearances at Buffalo. In two previous stints with the Indians this season, he allowed two runs and four hits in four innings.
Aaron Fultz struggling of late
(6/2/2007) Aaron Fultz is struggling. Fultz has walked the first batter he has faced in four of his last five appearances. Three of those four walks have come with the bases loaded.
(5/31/2007) Indians RP Aaron Fultz pushed his scoreless inning streak to 11 games after pitching 1/3 of an inning Wednesday against the Red Sox. He last allowed a run on May 2 against the Blue Jays.
Fultz still keeping score down
(5/11/2007) LHP Aaron Fultz pitched a scoreless eighth inning against the Angels Thursday.
Fultz picks up third relief win
(5/3/2007) Indians RP Aaron Fultz pitched a scoreless eighth inning Thursday against the Blue Jays and picked up his third relief win of the season. It was his first relief win since April 12.
Aaron Fultz picks up second win
(4/12/2007) Aaron Fultz (2-0) faced just one batter in Thursday's win vs. the Angels in Milwaukee, but that was good enough for him to pick up his second win of the season.
RP Fultz has scoreless effort
(4/4/2007) RPs Rafael Betancourt, Aaron Fultz and Tom Mastny each worked a scoreless two-thirds of an inning in Tuesday's game at Chicago White Sox.
Indians lay out bullpen plans
(3/19/2007) Manager Eric Wedge will begin the season with Joe Borowski, who had 36 saves for Florida last season, as his closer with Roberto Hernandez and Rafael Betancourt as the primary set-up men. Aaron Fultz will mostly be used against lefties. Matt Miller and Fernando Cabrera will work the sixth and seventh innings and Jason Davis' role will be as long reliever. Tom Mastny and Juan Lara will be the first help summoned from Triple-A Buffalo if needed. "The roles are always going to evolve," Wedge said. "But when you look at the options we have this year, when you look at the experience we have, when you look at some of the experiences of our people we have coming back, we're in much better shape than we were last year."
Indians sign lefty RP Fultz
(12/2/2006) The Indians added some much-needed experience and depth to their young bullpen Saturday, signing free agents Roberto Hernandez and Aaron Fultz to one-year contracts. The deals for Hernandez, a 42-year-old right-hander, and Fultz include club options for 2008. Fultz, 33, went 3-1 with a 4.54 ERA in 66 appearances for Philadelphia in 2006. He did not allow a run in his final eight appearances in September. The Indians didn't have an experienced left-handed setup-man on their roster for most of last season, making it difficult for manager Eric Wedge to match up against opposing teams in late-game situations.
Ohka among FA pitchers to file
(10/30/2006) The following pitchers have filed for free agency through Sunday: Tony Armas, Joe Borowski, Roger Clemens, Octavio Dotel, Adam Eaton, Alan Embree, Shawn Estes, Jesse Foppert, Aaron Fultz, Matt Herges, Orlando Hernandez, Jason Johnson, Ray King, Brian Lawrence, Ted Lilly, Steve Kline, Gil Meche, Tom Martin, Brian Moehler, Tomo Ohka, Russ Ortiz, David Riske, J.C. Romero, Rudy Seanez, Jason Schmidt, Justin Speier, Mike Stanton, Steve Trachsel, David Weathers, Rick White, Randy Wolf and Kerry Wood.
59 players file for FA on Day 1
(10/28/2006) Oakland's Frank Thomas and the Dodgers' Nomar Garciaparra headed 59 players who filed for free agency Saturday on the first possible day. Among the others: Cliff Floyd, Ricky Ledee, Orlando Hernandez, Steve Trachsel, Chris Woodward, Mike Lieberthal, Arthur Rhodes, Rick White, Randy Wolf, Aaron Fultz, Miguel Cairo, Octavio Dotel and Craig Wilson. Approximately 200 players are eligible to file for free agency by the Nov. 11 deadline. Under new rules this offseason, free agents do not face any deadlines to re-sign with their former teams. Thomas and the Athletics have made progress on a deal that would keep the Big Hurt in Oakland for two more years.
Fultz gets well-deserved win
(8/12/2006) Aaron Fultz (3-0) pitched 1 1/3 scoreless innings for the victory Friday. He struck out Todd Hollandsworth to leave the bases loaded in the 13th.
Fultz throws almost three innings
(7/31/2006) LHP Aaron Fultz tied his career high with 2 2/3 innings in the first game of Sunday's doubleheader against the Marlins.
Fultz back to situational role
(7/20/2006) Aaron Fultz, who got a spot start earlier this month, is back in his situational lefty role.
Aaron Fultz chased early
(7/2/2006) Aaron Fultz lasted just 1 2/3 innings during Sunday's start at Toronto. He allowed three runs off four hits and two walks.
Fultz gets start in bullpen game
(7/2/2006) The Phillies finally named a starter for Sunday - LHP Aaron Fultz, who has pitched out of the bullpen all season. He's 1-0 with a 4.25 ERA in 33 appearances.
Aaron Fultz pitches Friday
(6/17/2006) Fultz allowed one run on one hit in 1 1/3 innings against Tampa Bay Friday. He has allowed an earned run in three of his past four outings.
Fultz fans Bonds -- twice!
(5/8/2006) LHP Aaron Fultz struck out Barry Bonds both times he faced him this weekend. Fultz hasn't allowed a run in his last nine innings and has 12 strikeouts in that span.
Aaron Fultz still without decision
(4/25/2006) Phillies reliever Aaron Fultz has yet to be involved in a decision coming out of the bullpen. He has a 4.26 ERA, but he has allowed at least two hits in four of his past five appearances.
Fultz struggles in '06 debut
(4/5/2006) LHP Aaron Fultz had a miserable spring and it carried into his first appearance of the regular season. Fultz, who went 4-0 with a 2.24 ERA last season, gave up three runs (one earned) and four hits in two innings Monday, including a titanic homer by Albert Pujols.
Fultz continues scoreless streak
(3/31/2006) LHP Aaron Fultz made his fourth straight scoreless appearance Thursday. He has bounced back after a horrendous start to the spring.
Fultz helps strong Philly pen
(3/12/2006) Relievers Jeremy Cummings, Arthur Rhodes, Rheal Cormier, Aaron Myette and Aaron Fultz combined for 5 1/3 shutout innings Sunday vs. the Reds to give the Phillies their second straight win.
Fultz giving up the long ball
(3/10/2006) Aaron Fultz surrendered a wind-aided home run in the ninth inning on Thursday, the second he's allowed this spring. The lefty has given up eight hits in five innings. "He's given up some dongs," manager Charlie Manuel told MLB.com. "That can't be good," he said smiling. It isn't, but Manuel also isn't concerned about his seventh-inning reliever, who had a good 2005 spring and turned in a career year. "If I hadn't seen him before, it might be different, but I know what he can do," Manuel said. "He just needs to get a little sharper."
Fultz going on tilt
(3/7/2006) LHP Aaron Fultz, who had the best season of his career in 2005, is off to a rocky start this spring. Fultz, who was 4-0 with a 2.24 ERA last season, gave up three runs in two innings in his first outing and a two-run homer Monday against the Reds.
Fultz, Phils avoid arbitration
(12/16/2005) Aaron Fultz and the Phillies avoided arbitration Friday by agreeing to a one-year contract. Fultz went 4-0 with a 2.24 ERA in 62 games with the Phillies last year. He held opponents to a .186 batting average and 5.85 hits/9.0 innings, both fourth-lowest among NL relievers. "Aaron had a very consistent year in 2005 and he has found his niche with us as a valuable piece of the bullpen mix," assistant GM Ruben Amaro Jr. said.
Fultz impressing in bid for spot
(3/21/2005) Aaron Fultz, competing for a spot in Philadelphia's bullpen, pitched a scoreless sixth Monday. The left-hander has allowed two runs in 8 2/3 innings.
Fultz re-signs with Phillies
(12/21/2004) The Phillies re-signed Aaron Fultz to a one-year contract on Monday.
(9/2/2004) Fultz was recalled from Triple-A Rochester on Wednesday.
Twins option Aaron Fultz
(8/10/2004) Fultz was optioned to Triple-A Rochester on Tuesday.
Fultz signs with Twins
(1/9/2004) The Minnesota Twins signed Aaron Fultz to a minor-league contract on Thursday that includes an invitation to spring training.
Fultz designated for assignment
(10/1/2003) The Rangers designated Aaron Fultz for assignment on Wednesday. He was outrighted to Triple-A Oklahoma, and has until Oct. 9 to accept the move or opt for free agency.
Fultz returns to the mound
(9/7/2003) Aaron Fultz (wrist) returned to action on Sunday. He tossed 1 1/3 scoreless innings.
Fultz injures wrist
(9/6/2003) Aaron Fultz jammed his left wrist after falling down while backing up a play at the plate.
Fultz to be activated Friday
(7/11/2003) The Dallas Morning News reports that Aaron Fultz (shoulder) will be activated Friday against Kansas City.
Another rehab outing for Fultz
(7/8/2003) Aaron Fultz (shoulder) will make a rehab appearance for Double-A Frisco on Wednesday. He struggled in his last outing on Sunday for Triple-A Oklahoma and the team elected not to activate him Tuesday.
Fultz return date unclear
(7/8/2003) The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports that the Rangers haven't yet decided whether to activate Aaron Fultz (shoulder) on Tuesday. He had no physical problems in his first rehabilitation appearance for Triple-A Oklahoma, but his performance was unimpressive.
Fultz to return on Tuesday?
(7/7/2003) Aaron Fultz (neck) allowed three runs in one inning for Triple-A Oklahoma on Sunday.
Fultz cleared to resume throwing
(7/1/2003) The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports that Aaron Fultz (strained neck) has been cleared to resume throwing.
Aaron Fultz placed on 15-day DL
(6/26/2003) The Rangers Fultz on the 15-day disabled list due to a bruised left shoulder. The move is retroactive to June 23.
Fultz might get a chance to start
(6/19/2003) The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports that Aaron Fultz might get a shot at starting for the Rangers in the near future. "It's something we've talked about, but there are a lot of things to think about before we do anything," manager Buck Showalter said.
(1/1/2003) The Texas Rangers signed Fultz to a one-year contract on Tuesday. He will serve as a left-handed specialist out of their bullpen, and won't have much, if any, Fantasy value in 2003.
(3/23/2001) Despite allowing nine runs in 9.1 innings thus far this spring, Fultz will not lose his left-handed relief spot to Chad Zerbe, says the San Jose Mercury News. The Giants already have Felix Rodriguez to snag cheap saves if Robb Nen were to get hurt, so don't bother picking Fultz this year.