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Sox Re-Acquire Kason Gabbard from Rangers

The Red Sox re-acquired starting pitcher Kason Gabbard from the Texas Rangers Thursday afternoon for cash considerations. Gabbard was pitching in the minors to open the year, but has been a starter for Texas over the past couple seasons.

The left-hander has a 9-7 record and a 4.53 ERA in 34 career games (14 of which came with the Red Sox).

Gabbard was traded along with David Murphy on July 31, 2007 for RP Eric Gagne. That trade, along with the Celtics trade for Kevin Garnett, was one of the reasons Sports of Boston was born (see: the About Us section).

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2 comments for “Sox Re-Acquire Kason Gabbard from Rangers”

  1. Gabbard should be some nice added help to the bullpen, and my thoughts are even more positive after remembering Eric Gagne. Anyone could do better than he did!

    Posted by Josh | April 24, 2009, 8:27 pm
  2. […] Red Sox re-acquired Gabbard from the Rangers for cash considerations in 2009, meaning that the Gagne trade was essentially […]

    Posted by Should Theo Epstein Be on the Hot Seat? | Sports of Boston | November 10, 2009, 6:35 pm

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