- Former All-Star nearer Trevor Rosenthal was added to the Kansas Metropolis Royals’ roster.
Modified 26 Mar 2020, 03:18 IST
The Kansas Metropolis Royals have chosen the contract of former All-Star nearer Trevor Rosenthal and designated pitcher Eric Skoglund for project.
Rosenthal ranked second in MLB with 48 saves whereas with the St Louis Cardinals in 2015 however has been sidetracked by accidents and ineffectiveness in recent times.
The 29-year-old missed the complete 2018 season recovering from Tommy John surgical procedure and recorded a 13.50 ERA in 22 appearances with the Washington Nationals and Detroit Tigers final season.
Signed to a minor league contract by Kansas Metropolis in December, Rosenthal threw 5 scoreless innings throughout 5 spring coaching appearances to earn a spot on the 40-man roster.
Earlier at this time, we chosen RHP Trevor Rosenthal and designated LHP Eric Skoglund for project. #Royals
— Kansas Metropolis Royals (@Royals) March 25, 2020
Skoglund was a mixed 2-11 with a 6.61 ERA in 27 appearances (22 begins) with Kansas Metropolis from 2017-19 and started final season serving an 80-game suspension for violating MLB’s coverage on performance-enhancing substances. The left-hander was 0-Three with a 9.00 ERA over 4 begins and two reduction appearances in 2019.
Revealed 26 Mar 2020, 03:18 IST
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