Delgado and the Diamondbacks agreed to terms on a one-year, $1.275 million deal Friday, avoiding arbitration, Jon Heyman of CBS Sports reports. The 25-year-old will return to Arizona in 2016 after posting a 3.25 ERA across 72.0 innings (64 appearances) out of the bullpen last season. Delgado, who's found much more success as a reliever than as a starter, is expected to begin the year as a back-end reliever with the possibility that he could ascend to a closing role should Brad Ziegler falter.
Diamondbacks pitcher Randall Delgado made a spot start on Saturday against the Reds and he was able to last just 2 1/3 innings. He allowed four runs on six hits while walking two and striking out two. He did not factor in the decision, as the Diamondbacks went on to win 11-7. Delgado pitched 1 2/3 innings of relief earlier in the week after spending 20 days on the disabled list with an ankle injury.
The Diamondbacks reinstated pitcher Randall Delgado (ankle) from the 15-day disabled list Monday. To clear a roster spot, infielder/outfielder Jamie Romak was optioned to Triple-A Reno.
Diamondbacks pitcher Randall Delgado was not sharp during his first rehab outing for the team's Rookie League affiliate on Wednesday. Delgado allowed two runs on two hits over one inning of work. The two runs came on a home run. Delgado is on the disabled list with an ankle sprain, which has kept him out since July 27.
Chip Hale has announced that Diamondbacks reliever Randall Delgado is set to pitch in an Arizona League game Wednesday and could be activated when the team begins a road trip in Atlanta on Friday. Delgado has been out since July 28 with an ankle sprain. He will return with a 2.79 ERA and just one earned run allowed in his last 13 2/3 innings.