Brewers acquire C Jacob Nottingham from Mariners for cash considerations
Milwaukee Brewers catcher Jacob Nottingham. Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports

Let the circle be complete. The Brewers have acquired catcher Jacob Nottingham from the Mariners for cash considerations, per the Mariners. The Brewers designated Nottingham for assignment this past Wednesday, at which point the Mariners claimed him off waivers. But with Omar Narvaez headed to the injured list, the Brewers once again found themselves in need of a catcher. Nottingham did not appear in a game for the Mariners.

Nottingham has been placed on the Brewers’ active roster. He’ll make his season debut today against the Dodgers. Mario Feliciano, meanwhile, has been optioned back to Triple-A after little more than a day on the active roster, per Will Sammon of the Athletic. Feliciano walked and scored a run in his debut yesterday.

As for the Mariners, they pick up a little bit of cash for the honor of holding Nottingham’s rights for a couple of days. Seattle DFA’ed Nottingham themselves yesterday, so there’s little reason not to send him back to Milwaukee.

This article first appeared on MLB Trade Rumors and was syndicated with permission.

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