Found June 17, 2013 on FF Locker Room:
PLAYERS: Pedro Beato
TEAMS: Boston Red Sox
The Boston Red Sox have swapped relievers, purchasing the contract of right-hander Pedro Beato from Triple-A Pawtucket while optioning Rubby De La Rosa to the same minor league affiliate. Beato, who has a solid near 3:1 strike out to walk ratio over 33 innings in the minors will work the middle innings where as De La Rosa will return to a spot in the Pawtucket rotation.   The post Red Sox Purchase Pedro Beato, Option Rubby De La Rosa appeared first on FFLockerRoom | Fantasy Sports Advice | Sports News | Sports Talk |.
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