Outrighted: Orr, Lerud, Lewis

We’ll keep track of the day’s outright assignments right here…

  • The Phillies announced that they outrighted infielder Pete Orr and catcher Steven Lerud off of their 40-man roster. Orr, 33, appeared in 35 games for the team, playing second and third base while posting a .772 OPS. Lerud, 28, appeared in three contests this past season. The Phillies now have 37 players on their 40-man.
  • The Mets outrighted outfielder Fred Lewis to the minor leagues, according to the transactions page at CBSSports.com. The seven-year MLB veteran appeared in 18 games for New York this past season, playing all three outfield positions. A Mets official told Adam Rubin of ESPNNewYork.com that Lewis plans to become a free agent. The 31-year-old hasn't yet filed the formal paperwork, but will become a free agent once he does so.

2 Responses to Outrighted: Orr, Lerud, Lewis Leave a Reply

  1. HummBaby 3 years ago

    That’s too bad. I thought he was supposed to be the next Barry Bonds? (if anyone remembers that)

  2. Rhymes with Cryin' Bud 3 years ago

    Crap, I glanced and I thought this post was about John Olerud

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