The Red Sox have called up lefty reliever Alan Embree from Triple-A, tweets Scott Lauber of The Boston Herald. Embree would have been able to opt out of his minor league contract on April 30th if he had not been called up by then.
The 40-year-old Embree was originally able to opt out of his deal on April 15th, but he agreed to push it back another two weeks. Embree allowed two runs in 7.1 Triple-A innings, but he held lefties to just one walk in 4.1 innings against them.
Boston will need to make a 40-man roster move to accommodate Embree's arrival.
Alan’s last hurrah! Good luck buddy.
Alan’s last hurrah! Good luck, buddy.
crap, things are really this bad huh?
Definitely need bp help but this won’t be the answer.
Embree was good for the Rockies before getting hurt and everyone thought it was the end of his career. I’m glad to see that he didn’t quit.