Cordier signed a minor league contract with the Red Sox on Tuesday, Baseball America's Matt Eddy reports. He pitched in Japan last season after struggling stateside with the Giants and Marlins in 2015. Cordier has logged impressive strikeout rates at stops in the upper levels of the minors, but has never shown the ability to get big league hitters out over a prolonged stretch. Look for him to serve as organizational bullpen depth.
The Marlins selected the contract of reliever Erik Cordier from Triple-A New Orleans on Monday. He went 0-0 with a 3.38 ERA in four relief appearances for New Orleans.
The Mariners agreed to terms with pitcher Erik Cordier on a minor-league contract Monday, reports MLB.com. Cordier has not pitched in the majors this season, but produced a 1.50 ERA over six innings last season for the Giants.
Giants pitcher Erik Cordier has cleared waivers after being designated for assignment, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. Cordier has three days to accept or reject his outright assignment to Triple-A Sacramento. Cordier pitched six innings for San Francisco this season, posting a 1.50 ERA with nine strikeouts and just two walks.
Giants pitcher Erik Cordier was activated from the disabled list Sunday and designated for assignment, the San Jose Mercury News reports. Cordier was placed on the disabled list in April due to a forearm strain, but he reached the end of his rehab window yesterday, prompting the team to make a move. The pitcher has posted a 1.50 ERA and 20:8 K:BB ratio in 12 innings between high Class A San Jose and Triple-A Sacramento.