Free agent relief pitcher Phil Coke has signed a minor-league deal with the Athletics, according to MLive.com. Coke, who declined a minor-league option from the Blue Jays earlier this week, will be assigned to high Class A Stockton, which will allow him to be closer to his home. Coke has a 5.68 ERA with 12 strikeouts and five walks in 12 2/3 innings this season.
Former Blue Jays pitcher Phil Coke has decided to decline his optional minor-league assignment and become a free agent instead, reports SportsNet. Coke was optioned to Triple-A following Sunday's game. He has a 5.68 ERA over 12 2/3 innings of work this season.
Blue Jays reliever Phil Coke was optioned to Triple-A Buffalo following Sunday's 13-9 loss to the Orioles. The left-hander pitched two-thirds of an inning, allowing a solo home run to Chris Davis in the fifth inning. This was Coke's second appearance with the Blue Jays since being promoted from Buffalo on June 11. The Blue Jays have not announced a corresponding move to fill the space on the 25-man roster as of yet.
The Blue Jays have selected the contract of left-hander Phil Coke from Triple-A Buffalo on Thursday. Since signing a minor-league deal with Toronto on May 31, Coke has made three appearances with Buffalo, tossing four scoreless innings for the Bisons. Coke is expected to be with the team in Boston for the start of a three-game series with the Red Sox on Friday. The team has not yet announced a corresponding move
The Blue Jays announced on Sunday that pitcher Phil Coke has been signed to a minor-league deal. An eight-year veteran, Coke posted a 6.30 ERA and 9:3 K:BB ratio in 10 innings with the Cubs before being released. He will report to Triple-A Buffalo after inking a deal with the Blue Jays.