Minor Moves: Maine, Hernandez, Lindsay

The latest minor moves…

  • The Yankees will sign right-hander John Maine to a minor league deal, Evan Drellich of MLB.com tweets. The Red Sox recently released the 31-year-old, who has missed considerable time with shoulder injuries. He posted a 7.43 ERA in 46 innings with the Rockies' top affiliate in 2011 before signing with the Red Sox this January.
  • The Cubs signed infielder Diory Hernandez, Matt Eddy of Baseball America tweets. The Astros had released Hernandez earlier in the week.
  • The Diamondbacks signed right-hander Gaby Hernandez from the independent Frontier League, Eddy tweets. The 26-year-old pitched at Triple-A for the Diamondbacks and White Sox last year.
  • The Dodgers released right-hander Shane Lindsay, Eddy tweets. The reliever had walked more than one batter per inning at Triple-A this year.

8 Responses to Minor Moves: Maine, Hernandez, Lindsay Leave a Reply

  1. MB923 3 years ago

    How many times will the Yankees pick up a player that the Red Sox drop? 

    • First they stole Babe Ruth, then Roger Clemens, now John Maine! The outrage!

      • MB923 3 years ago

         You left out the recently acquired Justin Thomas

    • chico65 3 years ago

      They seem to have taken a shining to sloppy seconds this year.  Time will tell if it carries over the standings as well.

      • vtadave 3 years ago

        Yeah because acquiring a bunch of Quad-A fodder has an impact on the standings.

  2. chico65 3 years ago

    Shane Lind says that John got too Gaby in his Maine Diory 

  3. excellent, now the cubs are signing players that even the astros don’t want. heckuva rebuilding job, theo.

    • Guest 3 years ago

      Just for depth. Nothing more. Talent is added through the draft, not through waiver claims.

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