The Mets have signed first baseman Brock Peterson to a minor league contract and assigned him to Double-A Binghamton, per ESPN. He is in the lineup Friday. The 31-year-old Peterson played briefly for St. Louis in 2013. He has since been in the Nationals, Dodgers and Twins organizations.
The Twins have released first baseman/outfielder Brock Peterson, who had been toiling at Triple-A Rochester, per MLB.com. Peterson has not played in the majors since 2013, when he managed two hits in 26 at-bats for St. Louis. He owned just a .186 average in the minors this season.
The Twins have signed journeyman first baseman Brock Peterson to a minor league contract. He played in 117 games at the Triple-A levels of the Nationals and Dodgers organizations last year. He had a strong season with a .301 average, 15 home runs and 67 RBI in 117 games.
The Dodgers have acquired minor-league first baseman Brock Peterson from the Nationals in exchange for cash considerations, TrueBlueLa.com reports. Peterson hit .250/.332/.367 with six home runs and 31 RBI in 264 at-bats with Triple-A Syracuse.
Veteran reliever Ross Ohlendorf headlines a group of Nationals sent to Triple-A Syracuse on Thursday. The others are shortstop Zach Walters, catcher Jhonatan Solano and pitcher Christian Garcia. Dispatched to minor league camp were pitcher Manny Delcarmen , first baseman Brock Peterson and second baseman Will Rhymes were optioned to minor league camp. Ohlendorf had experienced back spasms this spring that have limited him to one inning in which he surrendered two runs on four hits.