The Blue Jays have re-assigned outfielder Chris Dickerson to minor-league camp, leaving the team's spring roster at 43 players, Sportsnet reports. He was just 4 for 27 with three doubles and five walks in Grapefruit League play.
The Blue Jays signed outfielder Chris Dickerson to a minor league deal with an invitation to spring training on Saturday, according to MLB.com. In 41 games in 2014 with the Indians, Dickerson hit 224 with two home runs and six RBI.
The Indians outrighted outfielder Chris Dickerson to Triple-A Columbus Tuesday, the team announced. Dickerson has played in just two games since the end of August, while dealing with back tightness. He hit .224/.309/.327 in 98 at-bats with the Indians.
Indians outfielder Chris Dickerson is out of the lineup for the second game in a row Saturday, due to a knee injury. Dickerson suffered the knee injury Thursday, and remains day to day at this point.
Indians outfielder Chris Dickerson is not in the team's starting lineup Friday against the White Sox. Dickerson is dealing with a back injury. He's been sidelined since September 1 due to the issue. Dickerson is hitting .224 over 98 at-bats.