Pirates Claim Ali Solis

The Pirates have claimed catcher Ali Solis off of waivers from the Padres, according to Rob Biertempfel of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (via Twitter).  Catcher Eric Fryer and first baseman Jeff Clement were designated for assignment to make room for Solis and right-hander Chad Beck to make room on the 40-man roster.

Solis, 25, spent the year in Double-A San Antonio, posting a slash line of .283/.307/.419 with six homers in 87 games.  The catcher also saw his first big league action in September, appearing in five games for the Padres.

Fryer, 27, owns a .204/.291/.275 slash line across two Triple-A seasons  Clement, 29, spent 23 games on the varsity squad and hit .276/.340/.486 in 112 Triple-A games this year.

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2 years 10 months ago

the Pirates sure know how to pick the scrubbiest minor leaguers, eh? i guess they’re running out of bodies from the nonstop SEALs training they’re putting all of their minor leaguers through until the next season starts.