Aaron Civale

Indians Option Zach Plesac, Aaron Civale, James Karinchak, Brad Zimmer To Triple-A

8 days ago   |   By MLB Trade Rumors

The Indians announced today that four players have been optioned to Triple-A , as outfielder Bradley Zimmer and right-handers Aaron Civale , Zach Plesac , and James Karinchak were all cut from the 26-man roster.
Of all the roster assignments we've seen in recent days as teams make procedural tweaks well in advance of when the 2020 season could actually begin, the Tribe's moves may have been the ones least likely to happen had the season begun today as scheduled. Optioning this quartet of players gives the Indians a bit more flexibility in determining tougher roster decisions, and obviously...
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Rays Option Seven Players To Triple-A

8 days ago   |   By MLB Trade Rumors

The Rays cut seven players from their 26-man roster today, as per a team announcement. Outfielder Randy Arozarena , right-hander Trevor Richards , left-hander Anthony Banda , infielders Nate Lowe and Mike Brosseau , first baseman/outfielder Brian O'Grady and two-way player Brendan McKay are were all optioned to Triple-A.
Given how the Rays so often shuttle players from Triple-A and the big leagues, it's safe to assume all seven of these names will wind up seeing action for the club this season, should the season get underway. Tampa Bay is perhaps better equipped than most teams to handle...
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Nationals option six players, including right-hander Erick Fedde

8 days ago   |   By Yardbarker

The Washington Nationals optioned six players to their Triple-A and Double-A affiliates, the team announced. Right-hander Erick Fedde and catcher Tres Barrera are heading to Triple-A Fresno, while outfielder Andrew Stevenson, infielder Adrian Sanchez, and right-handers Kyle Finnegan and James Bourque are all going to Double A. Finnegan is the only member of the group who hasn't seen major- league action, with Barrera and Bourque each getting a cup of coffee in the bigs last season. Fedde, Sanchez and Stevenson have all been regular members of Washington's roster. Fedde is perhaps the most...
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Nationals Option Six Players To Minor Leagues

8 days ago   |   By MLB Trade Rumors

The Nationals optioned six players to their Triple-A and Double-A affiliates, as per a team announcement. Right-hander Erick Fedde and catcher Tres Barrera are heading to Triple-A Fresno, while outfielder Andrew Stevenson , infielder Adrian Sanchez , and right-handers Kyle Finnegan and James Bourque are all going to Double-A.
Finnegan is the only member of the group who hasn't seen any Major League action, with Barrera and Bourque each getting a cup of coffee in the bigs last season while Fedde, Sanchez, and Stevenson have all been somewhat regular members of Washington's roster.
Fedde is...
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Blue Jays option Espinal, Pannone and Waguespack to triple-A Buffalo

8 days ago   |   By Sportsnet

TORONTO - The Toronto Blue Jays have optioned infielder Santiago Espinal , left-hander Thomas Pannone and right-hander Jacob Waguespack to triple-A Buffalo.
The three players will await the resumption of play following the suspension of professional play because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Espinal split time between double-A New Hampshire and Buffalo last season. He was hitting .413 in spring training with three homers and seven RBIs in 13 spring-training games for Toronto this year before play was suspended.
Pannone spent time in Toronto and Buffalo last season. He was 3-6 with a 6.16 ERA...
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Jays option left-hander Thomas Pannone to Triple A among three moves

8 days ago   |   By Yardbarker

The Toronto Blue Jays made three roster moves Thursday, announcing that left-hander Thomas Pannone, right-hander Jacob Waguespack and infielder Santiago Espinal have been optioned to Triple-A Buffalo. Pannone has become a familiar face in Toronto over the past two seasons, tossing 116 innings of 5.43 ERA ball with a 2.13 K/BB rate and 7.6 K/9. The lefty has started 13 of his 49 career major-league games, though since Pannone has had more success as a reliever (3.40 ERA in 55 2/3 relief innings, as opposed to a 7.31 ERA over 60 1/3 innings as a starter), he was being considered a candidate...
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Blue Jays Option Thomas Pannone, Jacob Waguespack, Santiago Espinal To Triple-A

8 days ago   |   By MLB Trade Rumors

The Blue Jays made three roster moves today, announcing that left-hander Thomas Pannone , right-hander Jacob Waguespack , and infielder Santiago Espinal have been optioned to Triple-A Buffalo.
Pannone has become a familiar face in Toronto over the last two seasons, tossing 116 innings of 5.43 ERA ball with a 2.13 K/BB rate and 7.6 K/9. The lefty has started 13 of his 49 career Major League games, though since Pannone has had much more success as a reliever (3.40 ERA in 55 2/3 relief innings, as opposed to a 7.31 ERA over 60 1/3 frames as a starter), he was being considered as a candidate...
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