Found May 06, 2013 on FF Locker Room:
The Miami Marlins have recalled catcher Kyle Skipworth from their Triple-A New Orleans minor league affiliate. He is up to cover the roster spot that has been vacated for the next handful of days while Austin Kearns is on the bereavement list. In an unrelated transaction, the organization has outrighted infielder Nick Green to Triple-A New Orleans after having cleared waivers. The post Miami Marlins Recall Catcher Kyle Skipworth From New Orleans appeared first on FFLockerRoom | NFL - MLB News | Fantasy Sports Advice | Sports Talk.
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