Connor Minis Cubs, Alex Hall Outrided by Brewers

We’ll track down some of the recent DFA who have cleared waivers here (and update with any others throughout the day)…

  • left-handed Connor Minis He went without asking for explicit concessions and was assigned to Triple-A Iowa, according to Cubs. The 27-year-old made just one role when called up to the Majors last month but has a track record of portions in three seasons with the Giants. Previously selected in the 14th round, Menez wields a 3.95 ERA and 24.9% strike rate in the major tournaments, although he also walked nearly 11% of his opponents and was vulnerable to Homer (1.66 HR/9). In parts of Triple-A’s four seasons, he holds a 4.96 ERA and walks 12% of his opponents, both of which certainly contributed to his clearing of concessions. However, Minez hasn’t allowed a homer in his 17 1/3 Triple-A tire this year, while he’s headed for a 2.08 ERA with a 28.3% strike rate. If he continues to produce anywhere near that level, he could find himself facing another big league opportunity in Chicago.
  • Brewer catcher Alex Hall The waivers cleared and were assigned directly to the team’s Class A Advanced affiliate, as shown in their transaction history at MLB.com. The 22-year-old Hall signed out of Australia as an amateur again in 2017 and spent the bulk of his tenure at the Brewers in the lower levels of the team system. Hall selected for major tournaments by emergency catcher method Omar Narvez It was scratched from the Brewers lineup after testing positive for Covid-19. to support Victor Karatini It started that day, but The Brewers didn’t have time to summon Alex Jackson Or another mask from the Triple-A Club in Nashville. Near their club High-A – located in Appleton, Whisk. – Hole ended up getting his first few days of Major League service time. He’ll return to that level, having .275/.333/.451 slashes in 15 games, and continue to work toward a more permanent addition to the 40-player roster.

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