The Phillies re-signed Leroux to a minor league contract, Baseball America reports. The Phillies picked up Leroux from the Rockies last season to give them additional pitching depth. It is unclear if he was given an invitation to spring training with his new contract.
The Phillies have traded for pitcher Chris Leroux from the Brewers in exchange for cash considerations, according to Baseball Essential. Leroux has a 1-3 record with an 8.15 ERA in seven appearances for Triple-A Colorado Springs this season. Leroux made two appearances in the majors with the Yankees in 2014, posting a 22.50 ERA in two innings of work. He will report to Triple-A Lehigh Valley.
Yankees pitcher Chris Leroux has been sent to Triple-A. The Yankees designated Leroux for assignment a few days ago. The team opted to send him down to the minors. Leroux has a 22.50 ERA over two innings.
Yankees pitcher Chris Leroux has been designated for assignment Wednesday. Leroux was DFA'd in order to make room for Michael Pineda, who was activated from the disabled list. Leroux has appeared in two games in the majors this season, posting a 22.50 ERA.
The Yankees have brought up Chris Leroux from Triple-A Scranton-Wilkes Barre and demoted fellow right-hander Bryan Mitchell to the same team. Leroux, who has pitched twice in the bigs this season, hopes to produce better results. He yielded five runs on seven hits in two innings before being designated for assignment.
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