Aguilar was optioned to Triple-A Columbus on Friday, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Aguliar's bid for a roster spot never gained much traction this spring as he posted a meager .541 OPS in 37 at-bats. He'll look to earn his way back to the big leagues by starting the season at Triple-A Columbus
Indians first baseman Jesus Aguilar was recalled from Triple-A Columbus on Wednesday. Chances are, Aguilar will serve mainly as a bench bat, though it's possible he could see a spot start or two in the final week-plus if the Indians are officially eliminated from postseason contention. Aguilar hit .267/.332/.439 with 19 homers in 131 games with Columbus this season, with a .271/.336/.460 line against same-handed pitching.
The Indians purchased the contract of reliever Michael Roth on Tuesday. To clear a spot on the roster, first baseman Jesus Aguilar was optioned to Triple-A Columbus.
Indians first baseman Carlos Santana will start at designated hitter on Sunday, getting a break from the field. It's Santana's second start at DH in three games and third this season. Jesus Aguilar replaces Santana at first, starting there for the second time this season.
The Indians recalled first baseman Jesus Aguilar from Triple-A Columbus on Friday. To clear a roster spot, pitcher Kyle Crockett was optioned to Columbus. Aguilar is in the lineup at first base and batting seventh Friday night against the visiting White Sox.