The Oakland Athletics have decided to recall right-handed pitcher Jesse Chavez from their Triple-A Sacramento minor league affiliate. To make room for him, the organization has optioned right-handed pitcher Evan Scribner to the same farm club. Chavez will toss middle relief for the A’s.
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MLB News: The Oakland Athletics recalled pitcher Jesse Chavez from Triple-A Sacramento. The 29-year old who owns a 5.99 earned run average was doing decent in the strike out department for Sacramento, striking out more than one per inning in three starts.
Fantasy Ramifications: Let history be the teacher here. A career 5.99 ERA is simply something that shouldn’t even be considered...
The Oakland Athletics have recalled right-hander Jesse Chavez from Triple-A Sacramento and optioned pitcher Evan Scribner to the Pacific Coast League club.
The moves were made Saturday, one day after Scribner threw three innings after Athletics starter Brett Anderson left after the first inning with a sprained right ankle in an 8-3 loss to Tampa Bay.
Oakland manager Bob Melvin...
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April 20, 2013
The Toronto Blue Jays sold right-hander Jesse Chavez to the Oakland Athletics on Friday.
The 29-year-old Chavez split this season between Toronto and Triple-A Las Vegas. He was 1-1 with an 8.44 ERA in two starts and seven relief appearances for the Blue Jays.
Chavez is 7-11 with a 5.74 ERA in 152 games for Pittsburgh, Atlanta, Kansas City and Toronto.
The deal was announced before...
– The Los Angeles Dodgers announced that they designated Tony Gwynn Jr. for assignment. This movement creates room for Jerry Sands who was called up to the Majors. Gwynn, 29, hit .232/.276/.293 with 17 RBI's and a 58 OPS+ in 277 plate appearances for the Dodgers this season.
– Right handed pitcher Jesse Chavez has been designated for assignment by the Toronto Blue Jays the...
The Toronto Blue Jays have recalled right-handed pitcher Chad Beck and selected the contract of right-hander Jesse Chavez from Triple-A Las Vegas before Sunday's game against the Texas Rangers.
To make room for the two pitchers, the Blue Jays optioned infielder Yan Gomes to Las Vegas and designated right-handed pitcher Ryota Igarashi for assignment.
Gomes hit .227 with two...
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May 27, 2012