(8/29/2010) The Marlins signed outfielder Chris Aguila to a minor-league contract Friday.
Phils give Aguila minor deal
(6/27/2010) The Phillies signed outfielder Chris Aguila to a minor-league contract and assigned him to the Triple-A Lehigh Valley IronPigs.
Blue Jays give Aguila minor deal
(3/15/2010) The Blue Jays signed outfielder Chris Aguila to a minor league contract.
OF Aguila released by Mets
(7/20/2008) The Mets released outfielder Chris Aguila. He had been designated for assignment.
Cancel recalled by Mets; Aguila down
(7/11/2008) Catcher Robinson Cancel was recalled by the New York Mets on Friday to take the spot of outfielder Chris Aguila. Aguila, who was 2-for-12 in eight games, was sent to Triple-A New Orleans.
Muniz down, Aguila up for Mets
(7/3/2008) The New York Daily News reports that the Mets will send down RP Carlos Muniz on Thursday and call up OF Chris Aguila.
Aguila designated for assignment
(6/14/2008)Trot Nixon, acquired by the New York Mets in a trade the previous night with Arizona, arrived about 25 minutes before the scheduled first pitch Saturday night and was activated for the game against the Texas Rangers. The 34-year-old outfielder was delayed arriving from Triple-A Tucson, where he had been toiling with the Diamondbacks' minor league club since failing to make the big league roster out of spring training. Outfielder Chris Aguila was designated for assignment to clear roster space for Nixon.
Mets add Aguila for outfield depth
(6/11/2008) The Mets called up journeyman minor leaguer Chris Aguila on Wednesday. Aguila was hitting .308 with 17 homers, 40 RBI, 40 runs, seven steals, a .384 OBP and a .584 SLUG in Triple-A New Orleans.
Pirates make some cuts
(3/20/2007) MLB.com reports that the Pirates have reassigned pitcher Jesse Chavez, OFs Mike Edwards and Chris Aguila and infielder Nick Green to minor league camp. The team also optioned RHP Brian Rogers to Triple-A Indianapolis.
Pirates name nine spring invitees
(12/15/2006) The Pirates signed RHPs John Wasdin, Kip Bouknight, Allan Simpson and Jim Brower, C David Parrish, INFs Eddy Garabito and Don Kelly, OFs Michael Ryan and Chris Aguila to minor-league contracts with non-roster invitations to spring training.
Aguila removed from 40-man roster
(10/19/2006) The Marlins outrighted OF Chris Aguila to Triple-A Albuquerque.
Marlins make some roster moves
(9/5/2006) The Marlins recalled C Paul Hoover, OF Chris Aguila and OF Eric Reed from Triple-A Albuquerque and selected the contract of INF Jason Wood from Albuquerque. Also, they transferred RHP Logan Kensing from the 15-day to the 60-day disabled list.
Aguila keeps working in minors
(7/22/2006) Chris Aguila is hitting .284 with four homers, 25 RBI and two stolen bases in 28 games with Triple-A Albuquerque.
Aguila hitting .316 in minors
(7/6/2006) Chris Aguila is hitting .316 with four home runs and 21 RBI in 98 at-bats for the Triple-A Albuquerque Isotopes.
Aguila sent back to Triple-A
(6/22/2006) The Marlins activated OF Josh Willingham off the 15-day DL and optioned OF Chris Aguila to Triple-A Albuquerque.
Aguila comes back from minors
(6/14/2006) The Marlins placed LF Josh Willingham (left hand strain) on the 15-day DL and and recalled OF Chris Aguila from Triple-A Albuquerque. Cody Ross is likely to get most of the starts in Willingham's place.
Aguila optioned to Triple-A
(5/27/2006) Cody Ross joined the Marlins for Saturday's game and was in the starting lineup. Ross was acquired from Cincinnati on Friday for a player to be named later and cash. He began the season with the Los Angeles Dodgers and played in eight games before being traded to Cincinnati on April 24. To make room for Ross, the Marlins optioned OF Chris Aguila to AAA Albuquerque.
One AB at a time for Aguila
(5/15/2006) Chris Aguila has not had more than one at bat in a game since May 3 at Washington, a span of eight games. He has just one base hit during that span.
Aguila hitless in last 11 AB
(4/21/2006) OF Chris Aguila, who has started seven consecutive games, was 0-for-8 against the Reds and is hitless in his past 11 at-bats.
Aguila seeing sporadic starts
(4/14/2006) Chris Aguila started two games against San Diego this week, but he had only five at-bats before that.
Aguila still in the hunt
(3/29/2006) With less than a week to go before opening day, the Florida Marlins haven't sorted out their crowded outfield competition. "It just gets worse every day," manager Joe Girardi said Tuesday, when the Marlins beat the New York Mets 12-7. "They've done what we've asked. Unfortunately we can't take everyone with us." Chris Aguila went 3-for-3 to raise his batting average to .327, Reggie Abercrombie went 1-for-2 with two RBI (.386) and Eric Reed went 3-for-5 with two RBI (.327). One of them is expected to play center field and one could end up starting in left field. "They're making it difficult on us and that's the way you want it to be," Girardi said. "You want guys fighting for it."
Aguila to move to left?
(3/21/2006) Less than two weeks until Opening Day, the biggest question remaining in the Marlins' lineup might be in center field. Reggie Abercrombie, Chris Aguila and Eric Reed are battling for the job, although Aguila could go to left field. Manager Joe Girardi said Aguila, who has the most major league experience of the three, is still in the mix for center field, even though he has had the least playing time there this spring.
Aguila scratched from lineup
(3/14/2006) OF Chris Aguila was scratched from the lineup because of lingering pain from a foul ball that hit off his right knee Sunday. Aguila was bothered last week by a tight right hamstring. Neither injury is considered serious. "His luck hasn't been real good lately," manager Joe Girardi said. "During the season he plays. Now, we make sure it doesn't become more (of a problem)."
Aguila scratched with sore hammy
(3/8/2006) LF Chris Aguila was scratched from Tuesday's starting lineup because of a sore right hamstring that has bothered him since November. Aguila, who expects to be available Wednesday, said he first felt the discomfort playing winter ball in the Dominican Republic.
Aguila active in Round 17
(2/13/2006) In CBS SportsLine.com's NL-only experts 5x5 Rotisserie draft, Marlins OF Chris Aguila was selected in the 17th round (195th overall).
(7/6/2005) The Marlins recalled outfielder Chris Aguila from Triple-A Albuquerque on Wednesday. He hit .355 with seven home runs and 25 RBI in 35 games with Albuquerque. He hit .188 in limited action with the Marlins earlier this season.
Aguila optioned to minors
(5/26/2005) The Marlins optioned Chris Aguila to Triple-A Albuquerque on Wednesday.
Chris Aguila wins job
(4/2/2005) The Miami Herald reports that Aguila has beaten out Mark Little for the Marlins' fifth outfielder spot.
Aguila swings way to reserve role
(3/21/2005) Outfielder Chris Aguila, who went 1-for-3 Sunday, leads the Marlins with 15 hits this spring and is in line to win a bench spot.
Aguila recalled from Triple-A
(8/3/2004) The Marlins recalled Chris Aguila from Triple-A Albuquerque on Tuesday.
Aguila sent back down
(7/1/2004) The Marlins sent Chris Aguila back down to Triple-A Albuquerque on Thursday. Aaron Small was promoted to take his roster spot.
Chris Aguila promoted to majors
(6/28/2004) The Marlins recalled Chris Aguila from Triple-A Albuquerque on Monday. Toby Borland was designated for assignment to make room on the roster.
Marlins option Aguila
(3/20/2004) Florida sent Chris Aguila to Triple-A Albuquerque Friday.
Marlins add Aguila to 40-man roster
(10/16/2003) The Marlins added Chris Aguila to their 40-man roster on Tuesday, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. He batted .320 to lead the Double-A Southern League, and added 11 homers and 55 RBI in 93 games for Double-A Carolina this season.