Barrett Barnes has been placed on the DL.
Catching up on some minor league moves:
**The West Virginia Power have placed Barrett Barnes on the 7-day disabled list. As Tom Bragg reported on Wednesday, Barnes had a hamstring injury. The DL placement was retroactive May 2nd.
**After Jordy Mercer was promoted to the majors, Jeff Larish was added to the Indianapolis roster.
The Pittsburgh Pirates have announced the signing of seven minor league free agents through a team press release. Four of the signings we already knew about, as the official announcement was made on Darren Ford, Jared Goedert, Anderson Hernandez, and Stefan Welch. The Pirates also signed right-handed pitcher Ryan Reid, and re-signed infielder Jeff Larish and left-handed pitcher Kris...
Jeff Larish almost completed the cycle, but not the traditional one baseball fans expect. During the Triple-A Indianapolis Indians' regular-season finale on Sunday, Larish was slotted into eight different positions throughout the game. He started at left field, moved to center, slid over to right, shifted to third base, switched over to shortstop then second base and first, his...
Indianapolis Indians 2, Louisville Bats 0
(Box) (rain shortened again)
Jeff Larish played 8 field positions today.
The Indianapolis Indians wrapped up the regular season with a rain-shortened win over the Louisville Bats at Louisville Slugger Field this afternoon. Pirates’ pitcher Chad Qualls made the “start” for the Indians, pitching one inning as a rehab appearance...
Since joining the Pirates organization on May 12, first baseman Jeff Larish has added depth to the Indians batting line-up. In his first six appearances in an Indians’ uniform, Larish had managed three two-hit games with three doubles and two RBI.
Tim Williams was first to report tonight that the Pirates have acquired corner infielder Jeff Larish from the Boston Red Sox for cash. Larish will report to AAA-Indianapolis.
Larish, 29, has a .224/.308/.380 line in 276 MLB plate appearances over parts of three seasons with Detroit and Oakland. He has four seasons of AAA experience an .834 OPS over his time there.
This move is obviously...