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67 Freddie Bynum SS
Height/Weight: 6-1/190 | Birthdate: 3/15/1980 | Birthplace: Wilson, NC | Bats/Throws: L/R | Team: St. Louis | College: Pitt CC NC | MLB Experience: 4
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White Sox release infielder Bynum


(2/22/2010) The Chicago White Sox released infielder Freddie Bynum so he can seek a job in the Japanese leagues.

White Sox extend spring camp invites


(1/15/2010) The White Sox have extending spring training invites to the following players: infielders Brent Morel, Christopher Retherford and Freddie Bynum; outfielders Jason Botts, Jordan Danks, Josh Kroeger and Jared Mitchell; catchers Miguel Gonzalez, Donny Lucy and Josh Phegley; and pitchers Daniel Cabrera, Greg Aquino, Ryan Z. Braun, Charles Leesman and Erick Threets.

Nationals make 11 spring cuts


(3/16/2009) The Nationals have optioned right-hander Tyler Clippard and outfielders Justin Maxwell to Triple-A Syracuse. The moves on Monday were part a series that trimmed the team's spring roster to 47 players. Right-hander Marco Estrada and outfielder Leonard Davis also were optioned to Syracuse, while right-hander Luis Atilano and infielder Ian Desmond were optioned to Double-A Harrisburg. The Nationals also reassigned right-hander Josh Towers, catcher Gustavo Molina, infielders Freddie Bynum and Joel Guzman, and outfielder Jorge Padilla to minor league camp.

Nats sign 13 to minor league deals


(12/13/2008) The Washington Nationals signed the following players to minor league deals on Saturday: Infielders Freddie Bynum, Brad Eldred, Joel Guzman, and Matt Whitney; outfielders Jorge Padilla and Mike Vento; right-handers Bobby Brownlie, Preston Larrison, J.D. Martin and Ryan Wagner; and left-hander Justin Jones. Outfielder Ryan Langerhans and infielder Pete Orr were also among the 13 players the Nats signed to deals.

Orioles acquire SS Castro, send Bynum down


(7/19/2008) The Baltimore Orioles addressed their shaky shortstop situation by acquiring Juan Castro from the Colorado Rockies in a trade of minor league infielders on Saturday. "I haven't seen him play so it is too early to say what role he has," Orioles manager Dave Trembley said. "The last time I saw Juan Castro play was in the Texas League in 1993 and he was playing for the Dodgers in that league. He just got here. He's been on an All-Star break. I'd like to get a feel for what he can do and this and that and we'll go from there." The Orioles sent Mike McCoy to the Rockies and made room for Castro on the roster by outrighting shortstop Freddie Bynum to Triple-A Norfolk. Bynum has 72 hours to accept a minor league assignment or become a free agent.

Bynum drives in three for Orioles


(7/4/2008) Recently called up Orioles short stop Freddie Bynum only connected for one hit Friday against the Rangers, but it was a big one. Bynum singled home two runs in the third inning and later grounded out for another RBI as he had three Friday in the lead off spot for a scratched Brian Roberts.

Bynum back up with O's


(7/1/2008) The Orioles purchased the contract of Freddie Bynum from the minor leagues, transferred reliever Danys Baez (right elbow surgery -- out for season) and placed shortstop Alex Cintron (strained left hamstring) on the 15-day DL on Tuesday. Brandon Fahey and Bynum will share shortstop starts in Cintron's absence.

Bynum clears waivers


(6/26/2008) The Sports Xchange reports that Orioles SS Freddie Bynum, who was designated for assignment Sunday, cleared waivers and was outrighted to Class AAA Norfolk. He'll join former Orioles INFs Luis Hernandez and Brandon Fahey with the Tides.

Bukvich up, Bynum down for Orioles


(6/22/2008) The Baltimore Orioles have purchased RP Ryan Bukvich's contract from Triple-A Norfolk and have designated SS Freddie Bynum for assignment.

Bynum getting fair share of starts


(6/18/2008) The Sports Xchange notes that Freddie Bynum got his 26th start of the season at shortstop Tuesday against Houston. Bynum has the most starts at the position of any player on the active roster, tied with Opening Day starter Luis Hernandez, who has since been outrighted to Class Triple-A Norfolk.

Bynum continues to struggle for Orioles


(6/5/2008) Baltimore Orioles shortstop Freddie Bynum went 1-for-3 against Minnesota Thursday to raise his average to .217. Bynum received a vote of confidence from manager Dave Trembley, who said that Bynum would remain the O's starting shortstop even though he brought a .212 average and only two RBIs in 66 at-bats into Thursday's game.

Bynum getting chance for regular ABs


(5/28/2008) The Sports Xchange notes that Freddie Bynum is presently getting the opportunity from manager Dave Trembley to be the everyday starter at shortstop, but he is 0 for his last 13, including 0-for-3 on Tuesday against the Yankees. Bynum has only two RBI for the season.

Bynum's bat starts to get going


(5/23/2008) The Sports Xchange notes that Freddie Bynum, who has had hits in eight of the 10 games he's started since coming off the disabled list, extended his modest hitting streak to three games Thursday at Yankee Stadium. And, after not recording an RBI this season until Tuesday, got his second with a triple. He went 1-for-2 with a walk.

Bynum rips RBI triple Thursday


(5/23/2008) Orioles UTL Freddie Bynum had a RBI triple off Yankees SP Ian Kennedy in the third inning of Thursday's game. It ended up being the Orioles only run in a 2-1 loss. Bynum finished 1-for-2 with one walk. It was just his second RBI of the season, both coming during the three-game series against the Yankees.

Bynum activated, named starting SS


(5/8/2008) Orioles manager Dave Trembley said Freddie Bynum, activated Thursday from the 15-day disabled list, would replace Luis Hernandez as the team's starting shortstop. "Right now, Bynum is the starting shortstop on this team," Trembley said before the Orioles opened a four-game series in Kansas City. "What that means is he will be the regular guy that plays." Infielder Eider Torres was optioned to Triple-A Norfolk to make room on the roster.

Bynum misses cycle in rehab game


(5/4/2008) O's utility man Freddie Bynum (knee) nearly hit for the cycle Saturday on his Double-A rehab assignment, missing just the homer.

Freddie Bynum not quite ready yet


(4/23/2008) Orioles OF Freddie Bynum (knee) is expected to continue his rehabilitation for "another week or so" before being re-evaluated, according to MLB.com. "He's doing all right," manager Dave Trembley said. "I would think he's probably going to play at least through this week and then we'll see where he's at. I don't know for sure, but I don't think he's been extended to play back-to-back days [and] full games yet. I think he's going to have to do that."

Bynum to play in extended spring


(4/11/2008) Orioles OF Freddie Bynum, who had right knee surgery, is scheduled to start playing in extended spring training games Monday.

Orioles place Freddie Bynum on DL


(3/29/2008) Trimming its roster Saturday, Baltimore placed six players on the 15-day disabled list: infielder-outfielder Freddie Bynum (knee surgery), left-hander Troy Patton (left shoulder surgery), and right-handers Chris Ray (right elbow surgery), Danys Baez (right elbow surgery), Fernando Cabrera (right elbow surgery) and Jim Hoey (right shoulder inflammation).

Bynum set for knee surgery


(3/8/2008) The Baltimore Sun reports that Freddie Bynum will have surgery on his right knee to repair a torn meniscus. He'll be prevented from taking part in baseball activities for three weeks, and he won't rejoin the team for about five weeks. Brandon Fahey might see more early at-bats as the team's utility player now.

Bynum awaits second opinion


(3/7/2008) The Baltimore Sun reports that Freddie Bynum (right knee) is waiting on a second opinion on an MRI. The Orioles' team orthopedist sounded optimistic about the injury and the team does not think he will need surgery.

Bynum gets knee checked out


(3/4/2008) The Baltimore Sun reports that Freddie Bynum left the O's camp early Tuesday to get his sore right knee checked out by a local doctor. He doesn't believe the injury to be serious. "I think it's just soreness," he said.

O's tender contract to five


(1/23/2008) The O's signed SS/LF Freddie Bynum, RHP Jim Johnson, RHP Bob McCrory, 3B Scott Moore and RHP Dennis Sarfate to one-year contracts.

Bynum in good standing with O's


(1/22/2008) The Sports Xchange reports UTL Freddie Bynum, who got only 96 at-bats in 2007, is in good standing with the Orioles because of the team's lack of major league-ready youngsters. He can play all three outfield positions as well as both middle infield spots. He hit just .260 and had a .290 on-base percentage in 70 games for Baltimore last year.

O's have void to fill at shortstop


(12/13/2007) As it stands now, Baltimore's new shortstop will likely be Luis Hernandez, who showed good range at the position last season and hit a solid .290. Other prospects are Freddie Bynum and Brandon Fahey, although GM Andy MacPhail spoke about possibly going outside the organization to fill the void. Baltimore's next shortstop likely won't hit as well as Tejada, but probably will have more range in the field. That works for manager Dave Trembley, who wholeheartedly approved the trade. "I called Miguel and thanked him for his time here," Trembley said in a phone interview. "But now is the time to start building with pitching and defense."