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Toronto Star Feb 24, 2015
Blue Jays’ options for trading Dioner Navarro

Blue Jays’ options for trading Dioner Navarro

The 31-year-old Venezuelan catcher is looking to be a starter in the final year of his contract and Brendan Kennedy has the scoop on teams that might be interested.
Toronto Sun Feb 23, 2015
Blue Jays' Navarro wants to be traded

Blue Jays' Navarro wants to be traded

Everybody understands, and even empathizes with, Dioner Navarro’s plight. But still, here he sits.
National Post Feb 23, 2015

Toronto Blue Jays’ Dioner Navarro wants to be traded to a team where he can catch every day: ‘I just want to play’

Back in November, before the ink dried on Russell Martin’s new contract, Dioner Navarro told the Blue Jays he wanted out
Toronto Star Feb 23, 2015
Dioner Navarro wants the Jays to trade him

Dioner Navarro wants the Jays to trade him

Toronto Blue Jays catcher Dioner Navarro, facing an uncertain future with the arrival of Russell Martin, says he holds no grudges and will work hard the whole spring.
Rotoworld Feb 9, 2015

Jays, Tigers haven't talked about Navarro - Dioner Navarro (C) Toronto Blue Jays

Mike Wilner of Sportsnet 590 The FAN hears from a source that the Blue Jays and Tigers have never discussed a trade involving Dioner Navarro.
Bless You Boys Feb 9, 2015

Tigers interested in Blue Jays catcher Dioner Navarro as possible Victor Martinez replacement

The Blue Jays are rumored to want pitching in return for their 31-year-old catcher. When Victor Martinez injured his left knee in 2012, Tigers president and GM Dave Dombrowski moved quickly to find his replacement. Less than two weeks after Martinez was diagnosed with a torn ACL, the Tigers signed then-free agent Prince Fielder to a nine year, $214 million contract. This year, Dombrowski may be moving quickly again. According to Jeff Blair of SportsNet, the Tigers have expressed interest in trading for Dioner Navarro, a 31-year-old catcher from the Toronto Blue Jays. Navarro, who turned 31...
Grand Rapids Press Feb 9, 2015
Report: Detroit Tigers in contact with Toronto Blue Jays about catcher Dioner Navarro

Report: Detroit Tigers in contact with Toronto Blue Jays about catcher Dioner Navarro

Navarro, 31, is a switch-hitting catcher and designated hitter who is more of an offensive threat as a left-handed hitter. Are the Detroit Tigers interested in acquiring Toronto Blue Jays catcher Dioner Navarro?AP File Photo  The Detroit Tigers should learn more about what their needs are Tuesday after designated hitter Victor Martinez has knee surgery to repair a torn medial meniscus in his left knee. But in the meantime, it appears they are checking in on some potential help. Jeff Blair of sportsnet.ca reported late Monday morning that the Tigers have...
KFFL Feb 9, 2015

Tigers | Detroit discussing Dioner Navarro?

Toronto Blue Jays C Dioner Navarro has been discussed by the Detroit Tigers after DH ...
DRaysBay Feb 9, 2015

Classic Player Profile: Dioner Navarro

The Venezuelan catcher who was crucial to the Rays turnaround in 2008. Player: Dioner Navarro Born: February 9th, 1984 (Currently 30 years old) Positions: C and DH Drafted: Not drafted, on August 21st, 2000 was signed as an amateur free agent by the New York Yankees Tenure: 2006-2010 Start of Tenure: On June 27th, 2006 was acquired by the Tampa Bay Rays along with Jae Weong Seo and a PTBNL (Justin Ruggiano) from the Los Angeles Angels in exchange for Toby Hall and Mark Hendrickson End of Tenure: On December 2nd, 2010 was granted free agency Teams: New York Yankees, Arizona Diamondbacks*,...
MetsBlog Feb 6, 2015

NY Post: Alderson’s quiet offseason leaves Mets with nonexistent Plan B

In return for an additional $20 million on next year’s payroll, the Mets could have added relief pitchers Luke Gregerson and Craig Breslow, infielder Jung-Ho Kang, and Dioner Navarro, who’d be a better back-up catcher than Anthony …

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