Diaz was outrighted by the Reds on Saturday. Diaz will head back to the minor leagues after his brief two-day stint with the big league club as the Reds needed to clear a roster sot for Saturday's starter, Cody Reed. He has been assigned to Triple-A Louisville, where he has a 3.66 ERA over 15 appearances.
Diaz was recalled from Triple-A Louisville on Thursday, C. Trent Rosecrans of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports. The Reds placed A.J. Morris on the disabled list Thursday, so Diaz will come up to temporarily fill the vacancy on the 25-man roster. Diaz, who was optioned to Louisville on June 4, has struggled mightily in five appearances for the Reds on the season, allowing eight hits, seven earned runs, and seven walks across just four innings.
Diaz was optioned to Triple-A Louisville on Saturday. Diaz spent nearly two weeks with the Reds, appearing in five games and struggling to a 15.75 ERA. Across 4.0 innings, Diaz allowed seven earned runs on eight hits to go with seven walks, compared to just two strikeouts. The right-hander will return to Louisville, where he'll look to regain the form that saw him post a 1.88 ERA over 14.1 Triple-A innings earlier in the season.
Diaz was recalled from Triple-A Louisville on Sunday, MLB.com's Mark Sheldon reports. Diaz has already tossed 14.1 innings in the minors this season, posting a strong 1.88 ERA with seven strikeouts and four walks. He'll provide bullpen depth at the Major League level.
Diaz was assigned to Triple-A Louisville on Sunday. The minor league veteran was a long shot to make the team, given his absence from the 40-man roster. He posted a 4.09 ERA and 6:5 K:BB over 11 spring training innings.