Indians Designate George Kottaras For Assignment

The Indians have designated catcher George Kottaras for assignment, tweets’s Jordan Bastian. With the move, an active roster space was cleared for reliever Josh Tomlin.

The 30-year-old Kottaras saw only four plate appearances during his brief stint with the Tribe, though he delivered two home runs and drew a walk in that time. Kottaras caught on in Cleveland with a minor league deal after being released by the Cubs late in the spring. (He had been picked up by Chicago from the Royals via trade, but lost the backup battle.) Kottaras has drawn attention in the past for his ability to get on base (.355 OBP since 2012), and could appeal to some other clubs around the league.

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