Wilkins was designated for assignment Wednesday. Wilkins, who was claimed off waivers by the Orioles in the beginning of September, was DFA'd after the team acquired outfielder L.J. Hoes from the Astros on Wednesday. The 27-year-old first baseman did hit 18 home runs and 70 RBI with the Dodgers Triple-A affiliate at Oklahoma City, but he wasn't expected to provide much more than organizational depth in the coming years.
The Orioles made a pair of roster moves on Sunday, claiming infielder Andy Wilkins off waivers and designating relief pitcher Cesar Cabral for assignment, according to MASNSports.com. Cabral was optioned to Triple-A back in June, and tossed just one inning with Baltimore this season. Wilkins hit .140 with two RBI in 43 at-bats with the Dodgers earlier this year.
The Dodgers have outrighted pitcher Scott Baker and optioned infielder Andy Wilkins to Triple-A Oklahoma City, according to MLB.com. The Dodgers designated Baker for assignment and acquired Wilkins from the Blue Jays on Sunday. Baker had an 0-1 record in two starts this season with a 5.73 ERA while Wilkins appeared in 17 games last season for the White Sox (.140 avg., two RBI).
The Dodgers have acquired infielder Andy Wilkins for cash considerations from the Blue Jays, the team announced Sunday. Wilkins appeared in 17 games for the White Sox in 2014 with a .140 average and two RBI in 43 at-bats.
The Blue Jays announced several roster moves prior to Saturday's game against the Indians, per the team's official website. The club purchased the contract of Ezequiel Carrera and Scott Copeland from Triple-A Buffalo. To make room for Carrera and Copeland on the roster, the Blue Jays designated Andy Wilkins and Matt West for assignment.
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