#Rays DeJesus says he knew hand was hurt, didn't expect it to be an avulsion fracture. Will be in cast around 3 weeks, not sure timetable
#Rays Maddon says DeJesus has soreness on his right side, nothing major. Also Betemit won't play in a game until Monday
DeJesus’ two-year deal with #Rays is worth $10.5 million. Includes club option for third year. Represented by ACES.
CBSSports.com "CBSSports.com's Danny Knobler reports that the Nationals have acquired outfielder David DeJesus from the Cubs in exchange for a player to be named. DeJesus 33 is batting .250/.330/.401 this season. For his career he owns an OPS+ of 106 across parts of 11 major-league seasons. DeJesus is capable..." August 19
Chicago Tribune "David DeJesus returned from the disabled list Wednesday just in time to hear his name bandied about as a candidate to be traded in the Cubs' summer sell-off. DeJesus said before Wednesday's 7-6 win over the Diamondbacks that he has heard the rumors and neither expects nor wants to leave. "I..." July 25
Chicago Sun-Times "David DeJesus writhed in pain on the warning track after spraining his shoulder crashing into the wall at Citi Field in New York last month. And he doesn’t exactly enjoy watching his team try to win games — and stay intact — without him while he works to return from the disabled list. But he..." July 10
Sveum projects DeJesus will be out for about a month.
CSN Chicago "David DeJesus looked like a wide receiver going over the middle and getting leveled by the free safety. The Cubs outfielder will land on the disabled list with a sprained right shoulder after crashing into the wall during Friday night’s 6-3 victory over the New York Mets at Citi Field. The..." June 15
ESPN.com "Reds manager Dusty Baker says he doesn't understand why Cubs pitcher Matt Garza was incensed by Johnny Cueto's pitch high over David DeJesus' head and suggested the two pitchers should settle the dispute with their fists. Baker said Monday that the Cincinnati ace "couldn't have hit Wilt..." May 28
ESPN.com "Chicago Cubs center fielder David DeJesus believes a healthy Matt Garza is vital to the team having a successful season in 2013. "He is the key to our team," DeJesus said Wednesday of the Cubs' top starter. "Having a healthy Matt back makes our starting five a lot tougher. He's a No. 1-type of..." February 20