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  • MIA Starting Pitcher #23
    Max Meyer allowed one run in six innings Tuesday for Triple-A Jacksonville.
    It looks like the Marlins are finally gearing Meyer up to return to the majors; he never pitched more than four innings in his first 10 Triple-A outings before getting up to 4 1/3, 4 2/3 and now six in his last three. If the Marlins keep him in the minors until the Sunday after the break, it means he’ll fall just shy of finishing this year with three years of major league service time. It’s surely been a big factor in how they’ve handled him this year.
  • WAS Relief Pitcher #62
    Nationals optioned RHP Eduardo Salazar to Triple-A Rochester.
    Salazar will head back to Triple-A with the Nationals recalling DJ Herz for a start Tuesday against the Padres. The right-hander will be an up-and-down arm for the Nats for the remainder of 2024.
  • WAS Starting Pitcher #74
    Nationals recalled LHP DJ Herz from Triple-A Rochester.
    Herz will make the start Tuesday against the Padres. The left-hander has registered a 5.17 ERA in his seven starts in 2024 and has dealt with significant command issues, but they do come with the ability to miss bats. A very high-risk, decent-reward option. Eduardo Salazar was optioned to Triple-A in the corresponding transaction.
  • NYM Center Fielder #41
    Mets signed OF Jackie Bradley Jr. to a minor-league contract.
    Bradley Jr. was last with the Long Island Ducks of the Independent League, and he registered a 1.204 OPS in his time with the club. The 34-year-old played 43 games last year with the Royals. He’s still a strong defensive player, but he’s unlikely to hit enough to provide fantasy value even if he earned the playing time.
  • TB Relief Pitcher #53
    Rays optioned RHP Tyler Zuber to Triple-A Durham.
    Zuber was recalled Sunday and allowed one run in 1 1/3 innings of work in his lone appearance with the team. He’ll head back to Durham with Tyler Alexander recalled in the corresponding transaction.
  • TB Starting Pitcher #14
    Rays recalled LHP Tyler Alexander from Triple-A Norfolk.
    Alexander will be a multi-inning bullpen arm for the Rays while he’s with the club. Tyler Zuber was optioned to Triple-A in the corresponding transaction.
  • DET Starting Pitcher #45
    Tigers manager AJ Hinch told reporters Tuesday that Reese Olson’s shoulder injury is not considered serious.
    Olson was placed on the injured list Sunday with a right shoulder strain, but Hinch told MLB Network radio that testing revealed the injury to be “mild.” The 24-year-old remains without a timeline, but it sounds like Olson has a good chance to return at some point this summer.
  • ATL Third Baseman #65
    Braves recalled INF Luke Williams from Triple-A Gwinnett.
    Williams will take the place of Austin Riley on the active roster with Williams heading to the paternity list. He’s hit .220/.280/.287 in his 275 MLB plate appearances.
  • ATL Third Baseman #27
    Braves placed INF Austin Riley on the paternity list.
    Riley left Monday’s game after his wife went into labor. The infielder can be away from the team for up to three games. Luke Williams takes his place on the roster.
  • BAL Starting Pitcher #97
    Chayce McDermott is with the Orioles in Miami as a member of Baltimore’s taxi squad.
    McDermott could very well make his MLB debut in the series against the Marlins. The 25-year-old has forged a 3.96 ERA and 129/54 K/BB over his 91 innings in Triple-A across 19 starts with Norfolk. McDermott is not an elite pitching prospect, but would be worth streaming consideration against a not-so-good Miami roster.
  • INT First Baseman #25
    Cardinals transferred INF/OF Jared Young to the Doosan Bears of the Korea Baseball Organization.
    You can’t trade a player to an international team, but you can transfer them with a player’s agreement. Young has been one of the most productive hitters in Triple-A the last two years with the Cubs and Cardinals, and he should get a chance to play everyday in the KBO.