(11/28/2007) The Red Sox signed pitcher Lee Gronkiewicz to a minor league contract.
Jays outright three RPs off 40-man
(10/29/2007) The Blue Jays outrighted relief pitchers Jamie Vermilyea, Jordan De Jong and Lee Gronkiewicz to the minor leagues. Also, they claimed Pedro Lopez and left-handed pitcher Mike Gosling off waivers from Cincinnati.
Gronkiewicz sent to Syracuse
(6/20/2007) The Blue Jays recalled right-hander Brian Wolfe from Triple-A Syracuse on Wednesday, optioned righty Lee Gronkiewicz to Syracuse and gave right-hander John Thomson his unconditional release. Manager John Gibbons said the Blue Jays made the move to get a fresh arm for their bullpen after starter Dustin McGowan lasted just 1 2/3 innings Tuesday. "We like Wolfe, but Gronkiewicz threw a lot (Tuesday) so he wasn't going to be available for a couple of days," Gibbons said. "God forbid something happens and you've got to use everybody again. That would set you back a couple of days."
Jays send down RP Gronkiewicz
(6/20/2007) The Blue Jays made a slew of roster moves Wednesday. They called up RP Brian Wolfe from the minors, released John Thomson (shoulder, 60-day DL) and sent RP Lee Gronkiewicz back down to the minor leagues.
Lee Gronkiewicz makes debut
(6/20/2007) Making his major-league debut on Tuesday's against the Dodgers, Gronkiewicz allowed one run on two hits over four innings. He walked two and struck out two.
Jays add Gronkiewicz to bullpen
(6/13/2007) Toronto, which has six pitchers on the DL, purchased the contract of right-handed reliever Lee Gronkiewicz from Double-A New Hampshire. He joins a Blue Jays bullpen that was second in the American League with a 3.22 ERA entering Wednesday.
Blue Jays cut Gronkiewicz
(3/31/2006) Toronto assigned RHP Lee Gronkiewicz, INF Kevin Barker, INF Luis Figueroa and C Mike Mahoney to their minor league camp Thursday.