Outrighted To Triple-A: Dodgers, Brewers

The latest outright assignments from around MLB…

  • The Brewers announced that they outrighted infielder Eric Farris and right-hander Cody Scarpetta to Triple-A Nashville. Farris appeared in 13 games for the Brewers this past year, but spent the majority of the season as a second baseman and utility player at Triple-A. Scarpetta, 24, posted a 3.85 ERA in 117 innings at Double-A Huntsville in 2011 but missed the 2012 season to undergo Tommy John surgery.
  • The Dodgers outrighted right-hander Blake Hawksworth and outfielder Matt Angle to Triple-A Albuquerque, Dylan Hernandez of the LA Times reports (on Twitter). Hawksworth didn't pitch at the MLB level in 2012 and underwent season-ending shoulder surgery in August. Angle, 27, spent the 2012 season at Triple-A, posting a .303/.376/.412 batting line in 447 plate appearances.

2 Responses to Outrighted To Triple-A: Dodgers, Brewers Leave a Reply

  1. lefty177 3 years ago

    The title of this article is rather amusing, the full 40-man rosters for the Dodgers & Brewers are now in Triple-A

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