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Royals | Swindell May Retire Again

Fri, 02 Apr 2004 10:06:00 -0800

Royals.MLB.com's Dick Kaegel reports Kansas City Royals RP Greg Swindell may retire after failing to make the Opening Day roster. "My agent is asking around, but the rosters are set," said Swindell.

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Royals | Swindell Reassigned

Thu, 01 Apr 2004 00:57:23 -0800

The Kansas City Royals have reassigned P Greg Swindell to the team's minor-league camp, according to The Kansas City Star.

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Royals | Swindell Signed

Sun, 22 Feb 2004 13:36:21 -0800

The Sports Network reports the Kansas City Royals signed retired RP Greg Swindell to a minor-league contract.

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Diamondbacks | Swindell Released

Sat, 05 Apr 2003 20:44:24 -0800

Updating a previous report, the AP reports P Greg Swindell was formally released by the Arizona Diamondbacks. The 38-year-old pitcher had been designated for assignment in late March and can now sign with any team.

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Diamondbacks | Swindell Doesn't Make Team

Sat, 29 Mar 2003 16:20:31 -0800

The APís Bob Baum reports SP Greg Swindell was designated for assignment by the Arizona Diamondbacks on Friday. Swindell can be traded or claimed by another team off of waivers over the next 10 days before becoming a free agent. Swindell had a 6.10 spring ERA.

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Diamondbacks | Swindell Learning to Throw Knuckleball

Fri, 14 Feb 2003 17:32:33 -0800

MLB.comís Steve Gilbert reports Arizona Diamondbacks P Greg Swindell is tinkering with a knuckleball in Spring Training. Swindell has thrown the pitch before, but never considered adding it to his arsenal. Swindell had good movement on the pitch while throwing on the sidelines, drawing interest from pitching coach Chuck Kniffin and manager Bob Brenly. Swindell will continue to work on location, and may try the pitch later in spring against live batters.

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