Brayan Pena RUMORS & NEWS

  • Cards backup catcher Brayan Pena (knee) to start season on DL

    ESPN "The St. Louis Cardinals announced Saturday that backup catcher Brayan Pena will start the season on the 15-day disabled list and undergo arthroscopic surgery to remove a loose body from his left knee. Pena will fly back to St. Louis on Sunday and likely undergo the surgery in the next couple of..." April 02

  • Brayan Pena gets Rolex from Max Scherzer for Cy Young

    Detroit Free Press "Brayan Pena didn't think twice when Max Scherzer asked him for his address so he could send him something. Pena, who spent this past season catching and playing first base for the Cincinnati Reds, had enjoyed playing for the Detroit Tigers in 2013 and was glad to play a small role in helping..." October 28

  • Brayan Pena signs two-year deal with Cincinnati Reds

    Michigan Live "It certainly didn't take Brayan Pena a long time to find a new home. The Cincinnati Reds have reportedly agreed to a two-year deal with the former Tigers backup catcher, who wasted little time on the free-agent market. Pena, 31, is expected to undergo a physical on Tuesday in Cincinnati and..." November 12

  • Pena makes impact for Detroit Tigers while seeing increased playing time behind plate

    Michigan Live "Brayan Pena has been carrying more of the catching load in recent days. So far, he has shown that he can handle it just fine. Pena had three hits for the second time in three games Saturday afternoon as the Detroit Tigers suffered a 3-2 loss to the Minnesota Twins. The switch-hitting Pena is..." May 26

  • Tigers' Brayan Pena relishes role catching for mound aces

    Detroit News "At 3.04 after 30 games, their starting rotation has the best ERA in the American League. That should come as no surprise if you've been paying attention at all to the Tigers, whose game against the Nationals was rained out Tuesday. If anything, the surprise is there is a rotation in the..." May 08

  • Brayan Pena, Tigers hang on for win in 14 innings

    Detroit News "Seriously? The Tigers struck out 21 times on Wednesday night and won? They also set a major-league record by striking out 37 times in the last two games — yet won both? In your dreams. Correct on all three counts. First count: The Tigers won the strangest of games, 2-1 in 14 innings..." April 18