(7/22/2007) The Red Sox gave Felix Diaz a minor league contract.
Womack among Nats' slew of cuts
(3/8/2007) The Nationals gave infielder Tony Womack his unconditional release and reassigned infielders Tony Blanco, Melvin Dorta and Jorge Toca, outfielders Wayne Lydon and George Lombard, and pitchers Felix Diaz, Anastacio Martinez, Eduardo Valdez, Luis Martinez and Bill White to minor league camp. Also, they optioned outfielder Frank Diaz to Triple-A Columbus and left-hander Mike Hinckley to Double-A Harrisburg.
Nats sign 17 to minor deals
(11/7/2006) In addition to four major-league contracts, the Nationals agreed to 17 minor-league deals Monday: Right-handers Jermaine Van Buren, T.J. Nall, Colby Lewis, Felix Diaz, Eduardo Valdez, Josh Hall, Winston Abreu and Jim Magrane; left-handers Mike Bacsik, Billy White and Chris Michalak; catchers Juan Brito and Danny Ardoin; infielders Joe Thurston and Alejandro Machado; and outfielders Darnell McDonald and Wayne Lydon. Thirteen of the 21 free agents are pitchers. "We head the list of teams that need pitching," team president Stan Kasten said last week. Bacsik was 11-0 with a 2.79 ERA in 28 games at Triple-A Tucson. He was with the Nationals at spring training in 2005.
Report: SP Diaz signs with Japan
(1/20/2006) Felix Diaz has reportedly signed with the Hiroshima Carp of Japan.
Diaz non-tendered, now FA
(12/22/2005) White Sox declined to offer 2006 contracts to RHP Jon Adkins, RHP Felix Diaz, INF Willie Harris and OF Timo Perez. The non-tendered players are now free agents.
ChiSox's Diaz struggles in minors
(7/4/2005) Felix Diaz, who was on the DL with a strained oblique earlier this season, has struggled in Triple-A Charlotte.
Felix Diaz placed on DL
(3/31/2005) The White Sox placed Diaz on the 15-day disabled list on Wednesday due to a strained muscle in his side. The move is retroactive to March 25.
Diaz pitches well with manager gone
(3/17/2005) White Sox starter Felix Diaz retired all nine batters he faced Wednesday. "That was very impressive," said White Sox third base coach Joey Cora, who was filling in for manager Ozzie Guillen. Guillen missed the game to undergo a heart test. He was released from the hospital and is expected to be back in the dugout Friday. The White Sox were off Thursday.
Felix Diaz socked around
(3/2/2005) Diaz allowed four earned runs, three hits and a walk in only one inning of work in Wednesday's spring game against the Rockies.
Chicago's Diaz bumped to bullpen
(9/6/2004) With Freddy Garcia expected to rejoin the White Sox rotation on Wednesday, Felix Diaz moves back to the bullpen, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. "We can use this kid in a few different roles [in relief] when Freddy pitches," manager Ozzie Guillen said.
Felix Diaz has best start
(9/5/2004) Diaz, who entered the game with a 9.09 ERA in six starts, allowed five hits and one run in six innings Saturday against Seattle. He struck out three and did not walk a batter.
Felix Diaz on the way back
(8/31/2004) The Chicago Sun-Times notes that Diaz will return from Triple-A Charlotte to start against Oakland Tuesday.
Felix Diaz optioned
(8/20/2004) The White Sox optioned Diaz to Triple-A Charlotte on Thursday.
Felix Diaz in majors, not rotation
(8/16/2004) The Chicago Tribune reports that manager Ozzie Guillen thinks Diaz will remain in the majors for the rest of the season, but he will probably be replaced as the fifth starter in the rotation by Josh Stewart.
Felix Diaz might be skipped
(8/11/2004) The Chicago Sun-Sentinel reports that manager Ozzie Guillen could switch to a four-man rotation starting this weekend by skipping Diaz in the rotation.
Felix Diaz will stick in majors
(8/10/2004) The Chicago Sun-Times reports that the White Sox plan to keep Diaz on the roster for the final two months of the season. "This kid, we have to see what he has," said manager Ozzie Guillen. "I don't want to wait until next year, spring training, to see what he has. I think we need to see if he can pitch in the big leagues."
White Sox recall Diaz
(8/9/2004) The White Sox recalled Felix Diaz from Triple-A Charlotte on Monday. He will join the rotation in place of Scott Schoeneweis, who was placed on the disabled list.
Felix Diaz back on Monday?
(8/8/2004) The team is expected to recall Diaz from Triple-A Charlotte to start Monday's game against the Indians.
Felix Diaz sharp at Triple-A
(8/6/2004) Diaz threw seven scoreless innings for Triple-A Charlotte on Wednesday.
Felix Diaz back to minors
(7/8/2004) The White Sox optioned Felix Diaz to Triple-A Charlotte on Wednesday. He will rejoin the rotation in the minors.
Felix Diaz to stay in rotation?
(6/30/2004) White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen is leaning toward using Felix Diaz as a starter this weekend and using Jon Rauch in long relief. "We are still debating," Guillen said. "The way Diaz pitched against the Cubs, he earned another start against them. Right now, [Wednesday] we will decide. But the way Diaz handled them, we will go with Diaz. Rauch will be in the pen the next few days."
Felix Diaz beats the Cubs
(6/26/2004) Diaz won his first game of the season in his third start against the Cubs Saturday. He allowed three earned runs on six hits in six innings.
Felix Diaz recalled by White Sox
(6/25/2004) The Chicago White Sox recalled Felix Diaz from Triple-A Charlotte on Friday. He will replace Scott Shoeneweis, who went on the disabled list, in the rotation.
Felix Diaz closing in on fifth spot
(6/4/2004) The Chicago Sun-Times reports that Diaz is pitching well in the minors and will likely be tabbed as the White Sox's fifth starter the next time they need one.
Felix Diaz returned to minors
(5/19/2004) The White Sox optioned Diaz to Triple-A Charlotte on Tuesday.
(5/18/2004) The Chicago Sun-Times reports that Diaz is tentatively set as the fifth starter in the White Sox rotation, despite getting beat up in his first two games. "Right now, he's the guy," said manager Ozzie Guillen. "Hopefully, he'll pitch good and stay in the rotation. If not we have to make a decision. I don't know when, but I'm not going to judge him just from two games. I'm going to give him an opportunity and see what he has."
Felix Diaz recalled Thursday
(5/13/2004) Diaz was recalled from Triple-A Charlotte on Thursday. He started the second game of the doubleheader against the Orioles.
Felix Diaz joins rotation
(5/12/2004) The Chicago Sun-Times notes that Diaz will assume Dan Wright's spot in the rotation. He will pitch against Baltimore Thursday instead of against Minnesota Saturday as originally planned because Thursday would have been the rookie's turn in the minors.
Felix Diaz could get spot start
(5/10/2004) The Chicago Tribune reports that either Diaz or Jason Grilli will be chosen to start a game this weekend against Minnesota. Both are currently at Triple-A Charlotte. Catcher Jamie Burke will likely be sent down.