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Ugueth Urbina  1995 - 2005P
Ugueth Urbina  10/28/1994P
 
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  • Trading Number One
    in FanGraphs by R.J. Anderson - 6/4/2010 -  12
    Rangers for Ugueth Urbina. This is one of those trades where it’s easy to look at it now and say, “Wow, they gave that up for Uggie Urbina?” and yes, they did. They gave up a guy with a myriad

  • The Contact Tales: 2005
    in FanGraphs by R.J. Anderson - 1/11/2010 -  8
    Seanez 58.7% Brad Lidge 59.6% Mike Wuertz 59.9% Joe Nathan 66.7% Ugueth Urbina 67.2% Over his career, Seanez appeared in the Majors with nine different teams. His career contact rate was just

  • The Contact Tales: 2002
    in FanGraphs by R.J. Anderson - 1/7/2010 -  2
    with the White Sox, in large part thanks to learning a cutter that helped extend his career. Relief Pitchers (Min IP: 40) The Best: Eric Gagne 61.5% Dave Coggin 63.1% Ugueth Urbina 64.2% Luis

  • Disappointing 2011 Prospects: NL East
    in FanGraphs by Marc Hulet - 9/30/2011 -  3
    big league closer Ugueth Urbina. The young southpaw doesn't possess the same explosive stuff that his father did, although he’s shown flashes of promise with his repertoire in the past. His stuff

  • Francisco Cordero, The Blue Jay
    in FanGraphs by J.P. Breen - 1/25/2012 -  25
    will be the first year in a non-closer role for Cordero since he set-up for Ugueth Urbina for half of the 2003 season. Dave Cameron adroitly illustrated why Cordero was left on the outside of the closer’s

  • Top 10 Prospects: The New York Mets
    in FanGraphs by Marc Hulet - 11/16/2010 -  39
    Acquired: 2009 non-drafted free agent (Venezuela) Pro Experience: 1 season 2010 MiLB Level: Rookie Ball Opening Day Age: 17 Estimated Peak WAR: 5.0 Notes: Former Expos closer Ugueth Urbina's

  • A-Rod's First Contract Was A Good Move
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 2/11/2011 -  135
    around, the Rangers decided that the best way to improve their roster was to overhaul their bullpen with name value relievers. They spent money on Ugueth Urbina, Jay Powell, and Todd Van Poppel; traded

  • Wilson Ramos Is Home. Now What?
    in FanGraphs by Alex Remington - 11/17/2011 -  39
    was not an isolated incident: just in the past five years in Venezuela, kidnappers have abducted Yorvit Torrealba's son, Henry Blanco's brother, Victor Zambrano's cousin and mother, and Ugueth Urbina's mother

  • Ask NotGraphs! (#2)
    in NotGraphs by Jeremy Blachman - 2/2/2012 -  4
    school. Also, I'm almost certain I read recently that anyone who's ever owned Ugueth Urbina is under house arrest until 2024. Okay, until they officially decide on Braun's appeal, I guess he's

  • The First Base (and DH) Train Out of Texas
    in FanGraphs by Matt Klaassen - 8/23/2013 -  30
    for it, though, the next summer (2004) when they pulled off the following: sending Ugueth Urbina (for the young ones: an intermittently good reliever who later was convicted of attempted murder