SI.com "The Atlanta Braves have traded Alberto Callaspo and at least one pitcher to the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for Juan Uribe as part of a 6-player deal, according to a Fox Sports report. The trade, which was "off" as of Tuesday afternoon, ends suspicion that Atlanta would soon designate..." May 27
Sources: Callaspo rejected trade. Had right under CBA to say no to any deal before June 15 as a free agent who signed last off-season.
Hardball Talk "The Braves scratched infielder Alberto Callaspo from tonight’s lineup against the Dodgers and now we have an explanation on the reason for the last-minute change. Chris Johnson has been rehabbing a left hand injury and is expected to come off the disabled list later this week, so Bowman..." May 26
CSN Bay Area "Free agent infielder Albert Callaspo has agreed to a one-year deal with the Atlanta Braves, according to multiple media outlets. The deal is worth $3 million, with an additional $1 million in performance incentives, according to Fox Sports. The news of an agreement was first reported by ESPN..." December 10
Braves are close to signing Alberto Callaspo
CSN Bay Area "Second baseman Alberto Callaspo is getting closer to coming off the disabled list, with A’s manager Bob Melvin suggesting he might be activated as early as Sunday. Recovering from a strained right hamstring, Callaspo took batting practice and fielded grounders before Wednesday’s game against..." July 24
Melvin confirms #Athletics likely to use Callaspo some at 1B next year.
Callaspo is starting at second base today.
As you can see Reddick in today's lineup and so is Callaspo. #Athletics
A's say Callaspo left the game with a left forearm contusion.
Oakland Tribune "The A's have acquired infielder Alberto Callaspo from the Los Angeles Angels for minor league infielder Grant Green according to several media reports Tuesday night. Callaspo 30 is hitting .253 with five home runs and 36 RBIs. He was removed from the Angels' game with Texas Rangers. Green..." July 31
CBSSports.com "The Yankees have been in touch with the Angels about third baseman Alberto Callaspo. The Angels have made nearly everyone available as they try to rework their roster for next year and beyond. The Yankees have been looking for help at third base and they don't appear to be Michael Young's first..." July 30
Source: Callaspo headed to #Athletics.