Outrighted To Triple-A: Bowden, Hall

The latest outright assignments from around MLB…

  • The Cubs outrighted Michael Bowden to Triple-A after the right-hander cleared waivers, MLB.com's Carrie Muskat reports (on Twitter). The Cubs had designated Bowden for assignment last week.
  • The Orioles outrighted Bill Hall to Triple-A Norfolk after the utility player cleared waivers, Roch Kubatko of MASNsports.com reports (Twitter links). The Orioles signed Hall to a minor league deal in April and they've designated him for assignment twice since then.


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4 Comments on "Outrighted To Triple-A: Bowden, Hall"


Eduardo Medina
3 years 2 months ago

Don´t worry Billl, we´ll call you as soon we release Reynolds…

aaron b
3 years 2 months ago

I could see Bowden being stretched out and brought back to Chicago as a starter.

Spit Ball
3 years 2 months ago

Good luck with that. He and Bucholz were supposed to arrive together as starters. Bowden had one good year at Single A in 2006 but had to be switched to the bullpen due to ineffectiveness.

Damon Bowman
3 years 2 months ago

Believe it or not, Reynolds would have some trade value to teams making a playoff push.  You can’t deny the power he brings when he makes contact.  You can easily question his ability to make contact.  Also, his contract is desirable since he’s headed toward arbitration and the team trading for him would be under no obligation beyond 2012.