Wilson, 32, was drubbed at the MLB level to open the season, landing at Triple-A after he was outrighted from the Milwaukee 40-man roster. He wasn’t asked back to the majors by the Brew Crew despite several instances in which the club needed relief pitching.
Even with his awful numbers early in 2019, Wilson is a career 3.44 ERA pitcher in the majors. And he sports a shiny 2.13 ERA over 29 outings and 38 innings at Triple-A since his demotion. Unfortunately, his peripherals were never all that enticing in the majors and haven’t been there this year at San Antonio, where he has allowed eight long balls and carries a solid but unspectacular 31:7 K/BB ratio.