Here’s the day’s lone minor MLB roster move of note:
- The Angels have outrighted lefty Sam Freeman, per the team’s transactions page. It is not yet known whether the 31-year-old will accept or reject the assignment to Triple-A; he has the service time to make his own election. Freeman made just one appearance after being selected recently to the MLB roster. He continued to dish out a worrying number of walks, as he had in his initial action at Triple-A. Freeman has always battled with the free passes, though that issue hasn’t prevented him from throwing 228 2/3 innings of 3.62 ERA ball at the game’s highest level.
2 innings, 2 walks. Been there, done that. Lucky that’s as bad as it got
I like the decisiveness.