(10/18/2007) Reds C Ryan Jorgensen refused an outright assignment and elected free agency Thursday.
Jorgensen suspended 50 games
(9/7/2007) Reds C Ryan Jorgenson was suspended for 50 games Friday, the third player penalized this year under Major League Baseball's drug program. The announcement from the commissioner's office did not cite a failed drug test, making it unclear why he was being suspended.
Jorgensen not called up by Reds
(9/4/2007) Reds catcher Ryan Hanigan, and not C Ryan Jorgensen, was called up by the Reds on Tuesday.
Ryan Jorgensen on way to majors
(9/3/2007) LHP Phil Dumatrait and RHP Marcus McBeth were the Reds' only Sept. 1 call-ups, but the club is expected to call up RHP Todd Coffey, RHP Brad Salmon, RHP Kirk Saarloos, C Ryan Jorgensen and 1B/OF Joey Votto after Class AAA Louisville ends its season Monday.
Jorgensen optioned to Triple-A
(8/28/2007) The Cincinnati Reds optioned catcher Ryan Jorgensen to Triple-A Louisville on Monday. Jorgensen was hitting .200 two home runs and six RBI. The Reds will most likely make a corresponding move on Tuesday. Catcher David Ross has been on the 15-day disabled list since Aug. 13 because of a concussion sustained the day before in a home plate collision with San Diego's Mike Cameron.
Slam won't keep Jorgensen around
(8/27/2007) Despite his grand slam, C Ryan Jorgensen is likely to get sent back to Triple-A Louisville this week when C David Ross returns from a concussion. "That's just the game," Jorgensen said. "I'm glad to see Ross healthy."
Jorgensen hits first career slam
(8/26/2007) Catcher Ryan Jorgensen's first grand slam helped 29-year-old Tom Shearn win his long-awaited major league debut Sunday, and the Cincinnati Reds beat the Florida Marlins 9-3 for their sixth straight victory. Jorgensen, Shearn's catcher at Louisville before an Aug. 14 promotion, hit his first career grand slam in the first inning off rookie right-hander Daniel Barone (0-2) to help Shearn settle in.
Jorgensen homers in first at-bat
(8/16/2007) In his first major league at-bat of the season, Ryan Jorgensen put the Reds ahead in the second Wednesday with a two-run shot off Cubs starter Ted Lilly. He was called up on Tuesday from Triple-A Louisville to replace catcher David Ross, who is on the DL with a concussion. Jorgensen won't be forgetting his memorable night. "It's definitely a fairy tale. Something you see in a movie," he said. "I was hyped up."
Jorgensen gets call from Reds
(8/14/2007) The Cincinnati Reds placed catcher David Ross on the 15-day disabled list and called up catcher Ryan Jorgensen from Triple-A Louisville on Tuesday. Ross sustained a concussion Sunday in a collision at home plate in which San Diego's Mike Cameron scored.
Bellhorn among Reds' cuts Monday
(3/26/2007) The Reds reassigned UTL Mark Bellhorn, C Ryan Jorgensen, SS Anderson Machado and OF Dewayne Wise to minor-league camp.
Reds hand out some minor deals
(1/9/2007) The Reds agreed to terms with LHP Jason Kershner, RHP Victor Santos, RHP Tom Shearn, C Dan Conway, C Ryan Jorgensen, C Miguel Perez, SS Anderson Machado and OF Dewayne Wise on minor league contracts.
Reds get Jorgensen from Marlins
(3/29/2006) The Marlins traded catcher Ryan Jorgensen to the Reds on Tuesday for infielder Carlos Piste in a swap of minor leaguers. Jorgensen, who was hitless in four at-bats last year after being called up in September, came to the Marlins from the Cubs with Dontrelle Willis on March 27, 2002, in the trade for Matt Clement and Antonio Alfonseca.
Ryan Jorgensen sent down
(3/27/2006) Marlins OF Mark Little and C Ryan Jorgensen were reassigned to minor league camp.
Marlins invite Jorgensen to spring
(12/16/2005) The Marlins agreed to contract terms and offered spring training invitations to OF Matthew Cepicky, OF Mark Little, 3B Lenny Harris, 2B Mickey Lopez, 3B Michael Kinkade, RHPs Buddy Carlyle and Ryan Rupe, and LHP Joshua Stewart. They also extended spring training invitations to LHP Taylor Tankersley and Cs Brad Davis, Brett Hayes and Ryan Jorgensen.
Fish cut Jorgensen
(9/10/2005) The Marlins designated catcher Ryan Jorgensen for assignment Friday.
Marlins option Jorgensen
(8/27/2005) The Florida Marlins optioned catcher Ryan Jorgensen to their top farm team at Triple-A Albuquerque Saturday.
Jorgensen sticks with Marlins
(8/17/2005) Although Paul Lo Duca returned after missing nine games because of a strained right hamstring, the Marlins will keep three catchers. To fill the catching the catching void during Lo Duca's absence, the Marlins called up Ryan Jorgensen from Triple-A Albuquerque on Aug. 7. Jorgensen and Matt Treanor will back up Lo Duca.
Jorgensen called up by Marlins
(8/7/2005) The Florida Marlins shored up their catching Sunday by buying the contract of catcher Ryan Jorgensen from Triple-A Alburquerque. Jorgensen, 26, hit .193 with two home runs and 11 RBI in 51 games with Alburquerque. His first appearance will be his major-league debut.