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26 Randy Messenger RP
Height/Weight: 6-6/265 | Birthdate: 8/13/1981 | Birthplace: Reno, NV | Bats/Throws: R/R | Team: Seattle | College: No College | MLB Experience: 5 | Salary:   | Owned/Started%: 0/0

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Jimenez off DL, outrighted with 3


(10/30/2009) The Mariners removed reliever Cesar Jimenez (biceps) from the 60-day DL. Jimenez, RHP Randy Messenger, RHP Marwin Vega and 1B Bryan LaHair were outrighted to Triple-A Tacoma, removing them from the Mariners' 40-man roster. All except for Vega could choose to decline the assignment and become free agents.

Mariners recall RHP Messenger


(8/22/2009) The Seattle Mariners optioned right-hander Chris Jakubauskas to Triple-A Tacoma and purchased the contract of righty Randy Messenger from their top minor league club. To make room for Messenger on the 40-man roster Saturday, the Mariners released minor league right-hander Luis Pena.

Mariners send three to minors


(4/1/2009) The Mariners reassigned 1B Chris Shelton, RP Randy Messenger and SP Garrett Olson to minor league camp on Wednesday.

Messenger yields three runs Tuesday


(3/24/2009) RP Randy Messenger, one of a handful of candidates the Mariners are looking at to be their closer, gave up three earned runs on three hits in one relief inning during Tuesday's game against the Rangers. Messenger allowed all three runs on a homer to Neslon R. Cruz.

Mariners have mess at closer spot


(3/13/2009) The Mariners have been auditioning several pitchers for the closer's job but have had little success, leading to the signing of Chad Cordero, who won't be ready for opening day. Miguel Batista, Mark Lowe, Roy Corcoran and Randy Messenger have all been mentioned by Seattle manager Don Wakamatsu as candidates but none has emerged as a front-runner. Wakamatsu said the Mariners still have no idea who their closer will be. "It's really about where we started, no one's really stood out," Wakamatsu said. "Guys are still trying to weed their way through it mentally and physically."

Messenger nets third spring save


(3/7/2009) Mariners RP Randy Messenger pitched a perfect ninth inning during Saturday's 8-7 spring win against the Dodgers for his third save. Messenger has allowed just one hit and no runs in 3 1/3 innings. He has one strikeout.

Messenger 'in best shape of his career'


(3/3/2009) From the The Sports Xchange: RHP Randy Messenger is only a shadow of his former self. In an effort to pitch his way onto the Mariner roster, he reported to camp 33 pounds lighter than he was at the end of the 2008 season. "I cut all the crap out of my diet, watched what I ate and worked my butt off," said the 6-foot-6 Messenger, who is down to 250 pounds. "That's all I did. That's all you can really do if you want to lose that kind of weight. I used to eat a lot of candy, and I've cut that out completely. All my candy now is chewable Vitamin C."

Messenger back with M's on minor deal


(1/30/2009) Right-hander Randy Messenger agreed Friday to a minor league contract with the Seattle Mariners, two days after he was waived off the major league roster to clear a roster spot. The 27-year-old had a 3.55 ERA and one save in 13 games last season with Seattle. He also spent six weeks with Triple-A Tacoma.

Messenger released by Mariners


(1/28/2009) The Mariners release reliever Randy Messenger to make room on the roster for newly acquired left-hander Garrett Olson.

Messenger picks up rare save


(8/31/2008) Seattle reliever Randy Messenger came on late in Seattle's victory over Cleveland on Saturday and earned his first save of the season, needing just four pitches over 1/3 of an inning.

M. Lowe sent down; Messenger up


(8/25/2008) On Monday, Seattle optioned RP Mark Lowe to Triple-A Tacoma two days after he was in the left foot by a ball off the bat of Oakland's Frank Thomas. RP Randy Messenger was promoted from Tacoma. Messenger pitched a scoreless top of the ninth. Mariners manager Jim Riggleman said the team expects to have Lowe, who is unavailable for the next few days, back when rosters expand for September next week.

Mariners give Messenger minor deal


(7/20/2008) The Mariners signed pitcher Randy Messenger to a minor league contract.

Giants ink Messenger to minor deal


(3/16/2008) The Giants signed RP Randy Messenger to a minor-league contract after releasing him March 12.

Messenger optioned to Triple-A


(3/5/2008) The Giants optioned RHP Randy Messenger to Triple-A Fresno on Wednesday.

Messenger re-joins the bullpen


(9/13/2007) The San Francisco Giants activated RHP Randy Messenger from the 15-day disabled list on Wednesday after he had surgery on his broken left hand.

Messenger to come off DL on Wed.


(9/12/2007) RHP Randy Messenger, recovering from surgery on his non-throwing hand to insert a pin into one of two broken bones, is likely to be activated from the DL on Wednesday. "He is ready to go," manager Bruce Bochy said.

Messenger ready for activation


(9/11/2007) RHP Randy Messenger, recovering from surgery to insert a pin in his non-throwing hand, threw two innings in a simulated game Monday and could be activated any day. "It went great," Messenger said.

Messenger due back Monday


(9/9/2007) Giants RP Randy Messenger threw a side session of about 35 pitches on Saturday and is scheduled to be activated from the disabled list Monday. "It went real well," Messenger said. "Everything's good."

Messenger might be ready soon


(9/6/2007) RHP Randy Messenger expects to be available this weekend following his Aug. 22 left-hand surgery.

Messenger might be able to return


(9/2/2007) RHP Randy Messenger, on the 15-day disabled list since Aug. 16 because of a fractured bone in his left hand, threw off a mound Saturday without complications. Messenger is still wearing a cast on his left hand. "As soon as we get in him a workable cast or contraption where he can catch a ball, we'll be ready to go," manager Bruce Bochy said.

Messenger has surgery Wednesday


(8/23/2007) RHP Randy Messenger had surgery to put a screw in his fractured left hand. The procedure was performed by Dr. Gordon Brody. He had a screw inserted near the base of his thumb. The pitcher said he would have needed a full-arm cast had he not opted for surgery.

Messenger to have hand surgery


(8/22/2007) RHP reliever Randy Messenger was scheduled for surgery Wednesday on his broken left hand. He will have a screw inserted near the base of his thumb. The pitcher said he would have needed a full-arm cast had he not opted for surgery. Messenger, who underwent an MRI and CT scan Tuesday, should be able to recover more quickly after the procedure, perhaps resuming throwing after about a week of rest.

RP Messenger to have surgery


(8/22/2007) Right-handed reliever Randy Messenger is scheduled for surgery Wednesday on his broken left hand. He will have a screw inserted near the base of his thumb. The pitcher said he would have needed a full-arm cast had he not opted for surgery.

Messenger goes on DL Wednesday


(8/16/2007) The San Francisco Giants placed right-handed reliever Randy Messenger on the 15-day disabled list after a batting-practice mishap left him with a broken left hand. Messenger was struck by a line drive before the Giants' 6-3 loss to the Atlanta Braves. His injury was initially described as a bruise, but X-rays revealed a fracture of the fifth metacarpal bone.

Greene wins it off Messenger


(8/5/2007) Khalil Greene lined a bases-loaded single up the middle in the 12th inning off loser Randy Messenger (1-4) on Saturday.