Minor Moves: Blue Jays, Ryan Eigsti

The latest minor moves from around MLB…

  • The Blue Jays signed right-hander Chris Jakubauskas, according to the team's website. Jakubauskas, 33, appeared in 33 games for the 2011 Orioles, posting a 5.72 ERA with 6.5 K/9 and 3.6 BB/9 in 72 1/3 innings.
  • Right-hander David Pauley elected free agency last week, according to the Blue Jays' site. The Blue Jays removed Pauley from their roster seven days ago after he made five appearances for the team.
  • The Royals released catcher Ryan Eigsti from Triple-AA Omaha, Bob Dutton of the Kansas City Star reports (on Twitter). Eigsti, 26, appeared in 11 games for the Royals' top affiliate this year. He has a .213/.310/.322 batting line in parts of six minor league seasons.

14 Responses to Minor Moves: Blue Jays, Ryan Eigsti Leave a Reply

  1. Lunchbox45 3 years ago

    Thats too bad about pauley, he looked really good in his short time here.

  2. Seattle needs to bring David Pauley back…

    • Jays Fan 3 years ago

      I think he needs to go to Boston… right before we play them.

  3. Jays Fan 3 years ago

    Jakubauskas!? Championship.

  4. Encarnacion's Parrot 3 years ago

    Why can’t guys with kickass last names such as Jakubauskas be kickass ball players more often..

    • Jays Fan 3 years ago

      Probably because their names wouldn’t fit on their Hall of Fame busts. Just my opinion

    • johnsilver 3 years ago

       Agreed. Have been pulling for Seth Schwindenhammer to make it past low A ball for a couple seasons eve since drafted few years back even. Would like to see the name printed on the back on a MLB jersey, if it would even fit.He has to stop striking out at a 50% rate 1st however over 1st 3 professional seasons.. Might have been a stretch taking Seth in the 5th round few years back.

    • mrsjohnmiltonrocks 3 years ago

      He keeps kicking around for awhile.  He don’t care if he’s any good-he’s still going for the dream.  Every once in awhile, perseverance wins out. He may still get some time somewhere.  Stranger things have happened on a baseball field.

  5. Wow. Actually a terrible pitcher. We should have kept Moyer. I guess we have nothing to lose by looking at him in the minors.

    • john12121212 3 years ago

      Remember ” we’re buyers” according to AA lol

      Buying other peoples trash.

      • Morley C 3 years ago

         Someone has to pitch in the minors.

      • Jaysfan724 3 years ago

        You’re right because when someone says that, they don’t have until July 31st to do so…you have to make a blockbuster trade the day you say it.  You might want to retire from posting here.

    • Morley C 3 years ago

       Moyer’s deal was two starts in Triple-A and get called up or released.

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