Hardball Talk "In between all the Hall of Fame hoopla comes a rather significant signing. According to FOX Sports’ Ken Rosenthal, the Brewers have agreed to terms on a one-year contract with free agent first baseman Chris Carter. It’ll be worth $2.5 million guaranteed. Carter was non-tendered by the Astros..." January 07
Hardball Talk "With tomorrow’s deadline to tender 2016 contracts to arbitration eligible players looming, Jerry Crasnick of ESPN.com reports that the Astros are “shopping” first baseman Chris Carter. Few players in baseball have more power than Carter, who hit 24 homers in 129 games this year and has averaged..." December 01
Chris Carter is "pretty sore," Hinch said. He could be headed for DL.
The Astros have agreed to terms with Chris Carter and Carlos Corporan on one-year contracts for the 2015 season.
#Astros looking to move Chris Carter (.212 BA, but 21 HRs). Also would listen on SPs: Cosart, Keuchel, McHugh
Houston Chronicle "Fewer options may actually benefit a small group of players in Astros’ camp. As the date nears for the first cuts of the pre-season, there is a handful of players who likely won’t be packing their bags in that initial round. In fact, these nine players will get long and even extra looks and their..." February 26
Houston Chronicle "Chris Carter lightly waves a long black bat. His hands are loose; his gloves engulf the handle. Just before the ball arrives, Carter allows the stick to briefly touch his thick right shoulder. Then he cranks. It’s a swift, smooth, strong stroke. Pure speed, all power, few holes. The ball..." February 19
SB Nation "I've had several requests for a look at new Houston Astros slugger Vernon Christopher Carter, who is no longer a rookie or prospect of course but is nonetheless intriguing. I decided to do this Retrospective a little differently than most, looking back at all the reports about Carter that I've..." February 13
The Crawfish Boxes "Oakland, under general manager Billy Beane, has become known for their rapid roster turnover and constant wheeling and dealing. However, one player who has managed to stick around in green and gold for a few seasons now is Chris Carter, a slugging first baseman who has followed a bit of a roller..." February 05