Tepera was optioned to Triple-A Buffalo on Tuesday, Mike Wilner of Blue Jays Radio reports. Tepera will be headed back to Buffalo in order to make room for the newly-acquired Melvin Upton. He'd been recalled on July 24 and didn't have the chance to pitch in any games for the Blue Jays in that brief span. Tepera has posted a 2.95 ERA over 36.2 innings of action at the Triple-A level this season.
Tepera was recalled Sunday from Triple-A Buffalo, Barry Davis of Sportsnet reports. Tepera had been serving as the closer for Buffalo, amassing a 2.95 ERA, 1.13 WHIP and 37 strikeouts over 36.2 innings on the season. He previously made five appearances with the big club earlier in the year, but wasn't able to establish himself as a dependable setup man.The Blue Jays will likely try to limit Tepera's use to low-leverage situations until his performance warrants an enhanced role.
Tepera was optioned to Triple-A Buffalo on Thursday. Tepera was sent back down to Buffalo in order to make room for Brett Cecil, who was activated off the DL on Thursday in a corresponding move. He was called up by the Blue Jays on Sunday, and only made one appearance during his time with the team, pitching 1.1 innings against the Rockies earlier this week.
Tepera was recalled from Triple-A Buffalo on Sunday. Tepera struggled in his earlier stint with the Blue Jays allowing three earned runs in 3.1 innings with the club. His Triple-A numbers tell a different tale, however, so the 28-year-old reliever will get another shot at the big league bullpen, knocking southpaw Chad Girodo back down to Buffalo.
Tepera was optioned to Triple-A Buffalo on Sunday, Barry Davis of Sportsnet reports. The Blue Jays recalled third baseman Matt Dominguez from Buffalo in a corresponding move to add depth to the infield while Josh Donaldson remains limited by a thumb injury. Tepera saw light usage with the Blue Jays upon being recalled from the minors last Monday, making just one appearance during his five-game stint with the club.