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77 Yorman Bazardo RP
Height/Weight: 6-2/230 | Birthdate: 7/11/1984 | Birthplace: Maracay, Venezuela | Bats/Throws: R/R | Team: Minnesota | College: No College | MLB Experience: 4
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Bazardo among Twins cuts


(3/14/2011) The Twins announced 14 cuts on Monday, among them was starter Yorman Bazardo. Bazardo spent last season in the minors and is with his third team in as many seasons heading into 2011.

Bazardo will be late to camp


(2/17/2011) MLB.com reports that Twins SP Yorman Bazardo will be late to camp because of a travel issue.

Bazardo will report to minors


(4/25/2010) Astros pitcher Yorman Bazardo accepted his outright assignment to Triple-A Round Rock and will report on Sunday.

Bazardo activated and outrighted


(4/23/2010) The Astros reinstated pitcher Yorman Bazardo (shoulder) from the 15-day disabled list on Friday. He was outrighted to Triple-A Round Rock.

Bazardo labors through rehab outing


(4/22/2010) Astros pitcher Yorman Bazardo did not look sharp during a minor-league rehab assignment on Thursday. He pitched two innings for Triple-A Round Rock, allowing one earned run on three hits. Bazardo, who struck out one batter, needed 41 pitches to get through two frames.

Bazardo begins his rehab assignment


(4/21/2010) Astros RHP Yorman Bazardo, on the DL with a right shoulder strain, began a rehab assignment for Triple-A Round Rock on Tuesday. He issued one walk and recorded one strikeout in one scoreless inning. He'll pitch again on Thursday, according to the Houston Chronicle.

Bazardo to start rehab Tuesday


(4/18/2010) The Houston Chronicle reports that Astros SP Yorman Bazardo (shoulder) will begin a Triple-A rehab assignment on Tuesday.

Bazardo headed back to Florida


(4/7/2010) Houston RHPs Alberto Arias and Yorman Bazardo, both on the disabled list with shoulder injuries, will travel to Florida for extended spring training on Wednesday to continue their rehabilitation.

Astros place Bazardo on 15-day DL


(3/31/2010) The Astros placed five-time All-Star first baseman Lance Berkman and pitchers Yorman Bazardo and Alberto Arias on the DL on Wednesday morning, retroactive to March 26. Bazardo remains sidelined after coming down with shoulder discomfort. He is throwing on the side only at this point, which means he will be out until at least May, if not much, much longer.

Bazardo dealing with bum shoulder


(3/21/2010) Right-hander Yorman Bazardo remains sidelined after coming down with shoulder discomfort. He is throwing on the side only at this point, which makes it unlikely he will be a candidate for the rotation now. He is out of options.

Houston signs three pitchers


(2/11/2010) The Houston Astros have signed three right-handed pitchers to one-year contracts and hired retired pitcher Doug Brocail as an advisor. Yorman Bazardo and Evan Englebrook got $400,000 each and Jeff Fulchino got a $425,000 deal on Wednesday.

Bazardo drops final start of season


(10/3/2009) Houston SP Yorman Bazardo took the loss once again on Saturday in his final start of the season against the Mets. Bazardo allowed four runs – three earned – on five hits over just 4 2/3 innings. He walked three and did not strike out a batter. Bazardo is now 1-3 on the season and that is how he’ll finish with a 7.88 ERA.

Bazardo gets first win of season


(9/28/2009) Houston SP Yorman Bazardo got the victory on Monday as the Astros beat up on the Phillies. Bazardo had a wild game as he allowed just two base hits but gave up two runs as he walked four. He went 5 2/3 innings to improve to 1-2 and earn his first win of the season. He struck out four and his ERA is at 8.23.

Bazardo horrible again Tuesday


(9/22/2009) Houston SP Yorman Bazardo got the starting nod Tuesday against the Cardinals but did not pitch very well. Bazardo gave up six runs on six hits over 3 2/3 innings and dropped the decision to fall to 0-2 on the year. He walked two and struck out two. His ERA is 9.55.

Bazardo goes five for ND


(11:57 pm ET) Astros SP Yorman Bazardo had a below average start on Wednesday against the Reds but ended up with a no decision. Bazardo lasted five innings, allowing four earned runs on seven hits. He struck out two and walked two, allowing two homers. His ERA went down slightly to 8.50 with the performance.

Bazardo will start Wednesday


(9/15/2009) Astros manager Cecil Cooper said rookie RHP Yorman Bazardo will start Wednesday's series finale with the Astros.

Bazardo terrible against Arizona


(8/29/2009) Houston SP Yorman Bazardo had a downright awful outing on Saturday against Arizona on Friday, taking a 14-7 loss. Bazardo gave up eight runs, eight hits and three walks in two-plus innings. His ERA shot up to 9.75 on the season.

Bazardo can't get out of fifth


(8/20/2009) Houston SP Yorman Bazardo made his first start of the season on Wednesday, taking a no decision against the Marlins. He tossed 4 2/3 innings, allowing two earned runs on his hits. He struck out one and walked four, lowering his ERA to 4.50 on the season.

Bazardo to start Wed. for Hampton


(8/17/2009) The Houston Chronicle reports that Astros RP Yorman Bazardo will make his first start for the Astros on Wednesday against the Marlins in place of injured SP Mike Hampton (shoulder).

Hampton day-to-day with meniscus tear


(8/10/2009) The Houston Chronicle reports that Astros SP Mike Hampton has a lateral meniscus tear in his right knee. Hampton, who received cortisone shots on both knees Sunday, is listed as day-to-day. “It's a little bit sore,” Hampton said. “I guess I kind of expected to find something going on in there. I'll go out there and throw a bullpen on Tuesday and see how it goes. Hopefully, it goes well and I can pitch." RP Yorman Bazardo is likely to start in Hampton's place if he can't go on Thursday.

Bazardo added to Astros' bullpen


(8/8/2009) The Houston Astros have optioned right-hander Felipe Paulino to Triple-A Round Rock and purchased the contract of right-hander Yorman Bazardo. The moves were announced Friday night after the Astros' 6-3 win over the Milwaukee Brewers.

Bazardo pitching well in minors


(6/17/2009) Phillies reliever Yorman Bazardo has allowed just 19 earned runs in 73 innings of work this season for Triple-A Round Rock, giving him a 2.34 ERA. Opposing batters have hit just .215 against him.

Phillies cut seven from camp


(3/12/2009) The Phillies have sent OF Terry Tiffee, RHP Yorman Bazardo, RP Justin Lehr, SS Ozzie Chavez, 2B Anthony Hewitt, OF Jeremy Sladen and OF Chris Walker to the minor leagues.

Phillies hand out nine spring invites


(1/7/2009) The Phillies invited infield prospect Jason Donald, left-hander Antonio Bastardo, right-hander Yorman Bazardo, outfielders Jason J. Ellison and Jeremy Slayden, and catchers Tuffy Gosewisch and Paul Hoover to spring training. Second baseman Marcus Giles and reliever Gary Majewski were also invited to camp.

Phillies announce slew of minor deals


(12/18/2008) The Phillies announced the invitation of 10 players to spring training as non-roster invitees Wednesday. They include: right-handers Dave Borkowski, Justin Lehr, Blaine Neal and Mike Koplove, corner infielder Mike Cervenak, third baseman Terry Tiffee, first baseman Andy Tracy, outfielder Chris Walker, shortstop Ozzie Chavez and utility player J.J. Furmaniak. The following players were signed as minor league free agents: right-handers Yorman Bazardo, Yoel Hernandez and Justin Pope, left-handers Jason Mackintosh and Joshua Shortslef, first baseman/outfielder Brian Stavisky and outfielders Casey Craig, Kevin Mahar, Wilkin Ruan, Mike Spidale and Rich C. Thompson.