Minor Moves: Wise, Brewers

The latest minor moves from around MLB… 

  • Dewayne Wise refused the Yankees' outright assignment to Triple-A, Mark Feinsand of the New York Daily News reports (on Twitter). The Yankees have until Wednesday to trade or release Wise, who was designated for assignment and outrighted to Triple-A earlier this month.
  • The Brewers released Seth McClung, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reported earlier today. The right-hander, who last pitched in the Major Leagues in 2009, appeared in 21 games for Milwaukee's Triple-A affiliate this year, posting a 6.36 ERA in 103 1/3 innings.

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5 Comments on "Minor Moves: Wise, Brewers"

Phenomenal Smith
3 years 28 days ago

I read this as Minor Moves: Wise Brewers and I thought “yes it was probably pretty smart to cut Seth McClung.”

Ryan Frey
3 years 27 days ago

The first time the Brewers have been wise all year.

3 years 27 days ago

Good for Wise… not accepting going to the Minors again. He signed a minor league contract in the spring and had no chance to make the Yanks. Went down to AAA and came up when Gardener got hurt, and after a dreadful start, actually contributed to several Yankees wins. He did everything they asked of him and then cut him in favor of a player with a distinguished history, but who wasn’t doing really much more than him.

Wise deserves to be in the majors again, some contending team will pick him up no doubt.
Good luck Dewayne!!

3 years 27 days ago

Ichiro was an upgrade so they cut him. He isn’t exactly young, he is already 34.

3 years 27 days ago

Deeeeeeeeeeewayne Wise, mercy!