Adam Greenberg

#10CF,
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 180
Bat: L
Throw: L
Born:
College: North Carolina
Birth Place: New Haven, Connecticut
Draft: 2002 9th round by the
  • ABC News

    Rangers ready to move ace Yu Darvish in 'right deal'

    The Texas Rangers are ready to move ace pitcher Yu Darvish. All it will take is someone to meet their asking price. Sources told ESPN that Rangers general manager Jon Daniels began calling potential suitors Monday and telling them the team is open to trading Darvish for the "right deal." If no team offers a return package to the Rangers' liking, Daniels has informed clubs that Texas will hold on to Darvish and continue to make a push in the American League wild-card race. The latest development appears to be the Rangers' most declarative statement yet on Darvish, who instantly becomes the prize catch of the trade deadline. After 4 p.m. ET next Monday, trades become considerably more challenging

  • Machado, Schoop combine for amazing double play
    Camden Chat

    Machado, Schoop combine for amazing double play

    One of the best things about great players is the way that they make the extraordinary almost look routine. Although the Orioles season has had its share of disappointments, it has also had its share of sparkling plays in the field, especially involving the best infield buddies, Manny Machado and Jonathan Schoop. Machado and Schoop struck again early in the Orioles game against the Rays on Monday night, turning a ground ball into a double play that most infield combos probably wouldn’t have been able to convert into one out, let alone into two. Check out this bit of defensive wizardry: MASN’s Gary Thorne is as awed as you’d expect from him after that display of brilliance, but even one of the

  • What's in a name? This 'Bud' is for you
    Los Angeles Times

    What's in a name? This 'Bud' is for you

    How did David Norris become Bud Norris, the Angels’ closer? Here’s the story behind it: At a Mexican restaurant in Oakland sometime around 1988, David Norris’ father, grandfather and uncle ordered Budweisers, using the shortened term — I’ll have a Bud. So a 3-year-old David asked for the same, to laughter from around the table. David’s father was the Little League public-address announcer in Marin County, so he soon became known as David “Bud Man” Norris. Later, when there were three Davids in Norris’ sixth-grade class, he told his teacher he could just go by “Bud.” The nickname stuck. Over time, even Norris’ mother has capitulated to calling him Bud. The only person who calls him David, Norris