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  • NYY Starting Pitcher #98
    The 24-year-old right-hander did a terrific job in 11 appearances (five starts) for the Yankees this season — compiling a 2.87 ERA, 1.27 WHIP and a 33/18 K/BB ratio over his 37 2/3 innings of work. He definitely made enough of a statement that he should be able to compete for a role in the team’s Opening Day bullpen next spring.
  • NYY Outfielder #89
    Nothing has changed in the recovery timeline for Dominguez — who is set to miss 9-10 months after undergoing Tommy John surgery — this was merely done as a procedural move to free up a spot on the team’s 40-man roster for the return of Frankie Montas on Saturday. Dominguez isn’t expected to return until around the All-Star break in 2024.
  • NYY Starting Pitcher #47
    The 30-year-old hurler has missed the entire season so far while recovering from shoulder surgery. He’s expected to work in relief for the Yankees either on Saturday or Sunday. He’s set to hit free agency at season’s end, so this should be a good opportunity for Montas to show other suitors — and the Yankees themselves — that he’s fully recovered.
  • BAL Relief Pitcher #74
    Oof. Just when it looked as though Bautista was making progress in his recovery and had started facing live hitters again, comes a punch in the gut that he’ll require Tommy John surgery. The 28-year-old hurler will miss the remainder of the 2023 season and the entire 2024 campaign while recovering from the procedure. It’s a brutal blow to the Orioles’ bullpen.
  • TEX Relief Pitcher #58
    The Rangers needed to free up a spot on their 40-man roster for the return of Matt Bush on Saturday and unfortunately Speas was the odd-man out this time around. The 25-year-old hurler posted a 13.50 ERA, 3.50 WHIP and a 4/5 K/BB ratio in two innings of work at the big league level this season.
  • TEX Starting Pitcher #73
    Well that was quick. Latz’ stay with the big league club lasted just one day this time around — working two scoreless innings with a pair of strikeouts against the Mariners on Friday night. Matt Bush was promoted from Triple-A Round Rock in a corresponding move on Saturday.
  • TEX Relief Pitcher #21
    The 37-year-old right-hander rejoined the Rangers on a minor league real back in July and will now get another chance to work out of their bullpen at the most critical time of the year. On the season, Bush holds a 9.58 ERA, 1.65 WHIP and a 10/6 K/BB ratio over 10 1/3 innings at the big league level.
  • STL Relief Pitcher #68
    The 30-year-old right-hander has struggled in 10 appearances out of the Cardinals’ bullpen this season, registering a troublesome 8.80 ERA, 2.35 WHIP and a 7/9 K/BB ratio over 15 1/3 innings. He’ll add a fresh arm to the Cardinals’ bullpen for the final two days of the season.
  • STL Starting Pitcher #44
    Woodford was slaughtered for seven runs on six hits over 1 2/3 innings in a loss to the Reds on Friday. Since he wasn’t going to pitch again this season, this is just a way for them to get an extra bullpen arm for the final couple days of the season. James Naile was recalled in a corresponding move on Saturday.
  • SD Starting Pitcher #44
    Nothing has changed in the prognosis for Musgrove, but with the Padres officially eliminated from postseason consideration there’s no rush to try to bring him back. This was done as a procedural move to free up a spot on the team’s 40-man roster for Chandler Seagle’s promotion on Saturday.


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