The Rockies have released pitcher Bobby Cassevah, MLBDailyDish.com reports. Cassevah is currently rehabbing an injury and not expected to be ready until May.
Rockies reliever Bobby Cassevah reported no problems with his leg after making his first appearance in a Cactus League game since being removed from an exhibition earlier this month. Cassevah hurled 1 1/3 innings against Texas last Friday, allowing a run and two hits. The right-hander is sporting a 5.40 ERA in three games this spring.
Rockies reliever Bobby Cassevah was forced out of Friday's Grapefruit League game against the Red Sox due to an undisclosed injury. He was escorted out of the game as a precaution in the eighth inning after being hit in the leg by a line drive in the previous inning, according to MLB.com. Cassevah allowed a run on a hit in 1 2/3 innings. He also struck out one and walked one as his spring ERA rose to 4.91.
Just a few days after being released by the Angels, free agent reliever Bobby Cassevah signed a new minor-league deal with the Rockies. Cassevah walked two batters and allowed a hit in one inning of work in his only spring training appearance with the Angels before being outrighted on Thursday.
The Los Angeles Angels outrighted reliever Bobby Cassevah on Thursday, under a week after his only spring training appearance, in which he walked two batters and allowed a hit in one inning of work. He declined the assignment and elected to become a free agent. "He just wasn't really at a point right now to go out and win a position with us," Angels manager Mike Scioscia told the Los Angeles Daily News. "There's a possibility of him coming back to earn a spot, try to get on our depth chart, but right now he wasn't throwing the ball the way he's capable and there's a lot of guys we need to see."
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