The Score "The San Diego Padres came to agreements with four players on Friday, avoiding arbitration. San Diego reached deals with rotation stalwarts Tyson Ross and Andrew Cashner, as well as catcher Derek Norris and left-hander Drew Pomeranz. Ross will earn $9.625 million, while Cashner's salary will..." January 15
Rival exec: #Padres “aggressive,” will listen on anyone, including Ross. Had at least one deal working yesterday.
The Score "The San Diego Padres have already traded relievers Joaquin Benoit and Craig Kimbrel to the Seattle Mariners and Boston Red Sox, respectively, and right-hander Tyson Ross could be the next pitcher to depart, though the cost for teams showing interest will reportedly be steep. San Diego would..." November 30
The Score "The San Diego Padres were one of the biggest buyers of last offseason, and could be one of the biggest sellers this offseason. After trading the back end of their bullpen in Craig Kimbrel and Joaquin Benoit for prospects, the Padres are reportedly looking to make more moves. San Diego's..." November 16
The #Redsox also like Tyson Ross a lot, says source. They've been operating "very quietly'' in trade talks for pitching.
tyson ross drawing intense interest from many. astros may be at forefront. jays, cubs, dodgers among many, many others.
CBS Sports "Tyson Ross is an extremely popular man on the trade market, with the Blue Jays, Astros, Dodgers, Rangers and others interested. While Ross is having only a solid season -- 6-8, 3.45 -- he is extremely well regarded, and what's more he has three years to go before free agency. Toronto and Los..." July 27
Houston Chronicle "A baseball source said Tuesday the Phillies were taking the Astros seriously amidst a group of three or four teams that are contending for the pitcher, with other clubs are on the periphery as the non-waiver deadline looms July 31. Although the Astros may be able to acquire a half-year rental..." July 22
#Padres continue to listen on three best starters - Kennedy, Cashner, Ross —as they look for offense. All different levels of club control.
MLB Daily Dish "With news of the Padres potentially landing Korean left-hander Kwang-Hyun Kim, the team will be listening to offers regarding pitchers Ian Kennedy, Andrew Cashner, and Tyson Ross, according to Ken Rosenthal of FOXSports.com. Rosenthal also lists the Braves, Indians, Diamondbacks, Royals, Rangers,..." November 12
San Diego Union-Tribune ""Tall guy, short stride." That was the pre-game description of Tyson Ross' pitching style by manager Bud Black late Sunday morning, and a few hours later, the 6-foot-5 right-hander had a visible pride in that stride as he walked off the mound. In the course of a 5-1 win by the Padres at..." April 14
San Diego Union-Tribune "It’s still spring training, so who’s counting, really? Tyson Ross reached 11 1/3 consecutive scoreless innings Saturday, but it was his actual substance on the mound that impressed Padres manager Bud Black. “I thought we saw fastball-command improvement and a good slider,” Black said after..." March 17
San Diego Union-Tribune "The Padres got their first look Saturday at two, versatile right-handed pitchers acquired in minor off-season trades. Tyson Ross allowed a home run to Jason Bay in his two innings. Wilfredo Boscan allowed a walk and hit a batter, but gave up no hits or runs in his two innings. Both struck out..." February 24