The Blue Jays chose a depaw contract Ryan Feierabend, Charlie manager Montoyo tells reporters including Ben Nicholson-Smith of Sportsnet.ca (Twitter contacts). Javy Guerra is the casualty list, by Ben Nicholson-Smith of sportsnet.ca (via Twitter).
Feierabend creates a pretty story. The 33-year-old man appeared in the majors – or in the contact ranks – in the 2014 season. Since his first way back in 2006, Feierabend owns 7.15 ERA in 113 1/3 items at the highest level of the game.
In the meantime, Feierabend has put its trade in Korea. In four campaigns there, he worked for ERA 4.21 with 7.2 K / 9 and 2.3 BB / 9 over 793 1/3. In 16 2/3 of this year's thrills in the Triple A Buffalo, Feierabend has allowed five runs on 15 seizures (three of them running at home) with a 13: 6 K / BB ratio.
It is always interesting to see a piser doing it back to the majors after a long row. Even better, in this case, the hirer involved raises rare little beer.
Guerra, 33, gets the lucky DFA luck after 11 tours with the Blue Jays. Per Nicholson-Smith, Guerra asked to eat dreams when he was sensing that a list movement could be close. It is a depressing and gracious move on behalf of Guerra, as yesterday's three-yesterday un-scaled appearance helped save the rest of the head's arms while having one last thick appearance before the ax.
He set it well for the Jys outside a rough patch of two games against Tampa where he was tagged for 5 runs in 1 1/3 pieces. Away from the rays, Guerra gave up only one run which was won in 9 appearances that spanned 12 2/3 of ideas. For his career, the old select Dodger is 8-11 in 212 appearance out of the pen with 32 savings and 3.44 ERA.