For the third time this year, lefty reliever Randy Flores has opted out of a minor league contract. This time he opted out of his Brewers' contract after 11 innings, writes MLB.com's Adam McCalvy. Flores had previously opted out of contracts with the Padres and Yankees.
Flores, 36, hasn't yet made it back to the Majors this year. At Triple-A he has a 3.05 ERA, 7.6 K/9, 2.3 BB/9, and 0.9 HR/9 in 59 innings.
If this doesn’t put you on the blacklist for the rest of your pathetic career, nothing will.
This guy played a key role in the Cardinals’ last World Series championship, as well as in a few seasons leading up that World Series title; he’s got a ring; hardly a pathetic career.