Outrighted To Triple-A: Slowey, Rottino, Kelly

We'll track the latest outright assignments here…

  • The Indians outrighted Kevin Slowey and Vinny Rottino off of their 40-man roster to Triple-A, MLB.com's Jordan Bastian reports (on Twitter). Slowey had been a non-tender candidate after spending the 2012 season in the minor leagues. Rottino appeared in 36 games for the Mets and Indians this past season, hitting three homers and posting a .560 OPS.
  • The Tigers announced that they outrighted Don Kelly to Triple-A Toledo. The utility player will elect free agency instead of accepting the assignment, according to the team. Detroit GM Dave Dombrowski said yesterday that Kelly would lose his 40-man roster spot. The 32-year-old played all three outfield positions and every infield position except shortstop this past season, posting a .523 OPS in 127 plate appearances. LSW Baseball represents Kelly.


3 Responses to Outrighted To Triple-A: Slowey, Rottino, Kelly Leave a Reply

  1. Come on Donnie.

  2. Nathan Fenstemaker 3 years ago

    I’ll miss DK, but I bet he will hook on with a NL team and be a pretty useful piece.

  3. Oglivie 8 months ago

    Kelly gone, Dirks picked by the Jays …. and our thin outfield get even thinner …

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