The White Sox released outfielder Jared Mitchell from Triple-A Charlotte and signed outfielder Tyler Colvin , according to a report by the Chicago Tribune. Mitchell was the White Sox's first-round draft pick in 2009 but never made it to the Majors. He was released after opening the season 2 for 40 (.050) at Charlotte. Colvin has played in 441 Major League games with three teams over the last six seasons.
Marlins outfielder Cole Gillespie accepted his assignment to Triple-A New Orleans, but outfielder Tyler Colvin has opted out, and is now a free agent, according to MLB.com on Friday. Gillespie hit .214 (6 for 28) with two RBI this spring. Colvin was held to just three hits over 21 at-bats this spring.
The Marlins announced several roster moves on Tuesday, per the Miami Herald. The team reassigned Tyler Colvin, Reid Brignac and Cole Gillespie down to minor-league camp. Miami also released Nick Masset. Miami has 30 players remaining in major-league camp.
Outfielder Tyler Colvin has elected to become a free agent. He hit .223/.268/.381 with two home runs and 18 RBI in 139 at-bats with the Giants in 2014.
Left fielder Tyler Colvin has otped for a spot with Triple-A Fresno over free agency. He was designated for assignment by the Giants on Friday. Colvin managed just four hits in his last 23 at-bats and his current .280 on-base percentage is its lowest of the season.