Drew Steckenrider is among the three pitchers the Marlines reinstated from the IL, then outrighted. Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

The Marlins have reinstated three pitchers — Drew Steckenrider, Brian Moran and Brandon Leibrandt — from the 60-day injured list and outrighted them, the team announced. Steckenrider and Moran have elected free agency.

Now 29 years old, the right-handed Steckenreider was a very promising part of the Marlins’ bullpen from 2017-18. However, he limped to a 6.28 ERA/7.96 FIP during the next season and hasn’t pitched since May 6, 2019, owing to arm problems.

Meanwhile, lefties Moran and Liebrandt have had minor roles with the Marlins. The 32-year-old Moran has thrown just 11 innings (10 with the Marlins, one with the Blue Jays) since making his major league debut in 2019. He has given up eight earned runs at the game’s top level. Liebrandt, the son of former MLB pitcher Charlie Liebrandt, yielded just two earned runs in nine frames with the Marlins in 2020, but he also posted seven walks against three strikeouts in the process.

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

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