What happened in 2014: Walked a lot.
Remember that time when Chone Figgins was a Dodger? That is something that we will say in a few years. Figgins was a little bit better than most Ned Colletti veteran signings, but that didn’t stop the Dodgers from moving on at the right time.
Your browser does not support iframes.Los Angeles Dodgers fans began celebrating during the sixth inning of Friday night's game against Arizona when the Los Angeles Kings scored the game-winning goal in double overtime to win the Stanley Cup.It happened while Dodgers third baseman Chone Figgins was batting in the bottom of the sixth. Large groups of fans congregated on the concourse...
Chone Figgins apparently impressed the Dodgers enough in his workout/speech that they invited him to camp, and given the competition (Dee Gordon, Justin Sellers, Brendan Harris, Michael Young?), he has a good chance of making the team.We all know Figgins was terrible with Seattle, but why exactly? And is there hope for a turnaround?Figgins was a good, even borderline great...
The Dodgers, in search of infield depth, signed former Angels infielder/outfielder Chone Figgins to a minor league contract with an invite to Major League camp.
If Figgins makes the Dodgers in spring training, he would provide depth at second base, third base and in the outfield.
He also could compete for the starting job at second base if the Dodgers decide Cuban rookie Alexander...
The Los Angeles Dodgers reached an agreement with veteran infielder-outfielder Chone Figgins on a minor league deal that includes and invite to major league camp this spring.
Figgins is trying to resurrect his career after three dreadful season in Seattle , where he signed four-year, guaranteed $36 million deal. Figgins, 35 last played in 2012, in 66 games with the Mariners...
There was the workout. And there was the speech.
By all accounts, Chone Figgins made a strong impression during his audition for nine clubs Wednesday in Tampa. But he made an even stronger impression afterward, speaking from the heart while giving an impromptu address to the assembled scouts.
"I wanted them to see the passion in my eyes," said Figgins, a super-utility man who played...
Chone Figgins worked out at USF Baseball Stadium today in front of scouts as he works his way back to the Major Leagues. The Los Angeles Dodgers and Minnesota Twins were among the teams represented and Tampa Bay Rays skipper Joe Maddon was in attendance.
Figgins and Maddon go back to their Angels days and he would certainly fit into the mold of a reclamation project the Rays seem...