The Phillies signed Ibarra to a minor league contract, Baseball America reports. Ibarra made two appearances with the Angels last season, allowing one run over four innings. He spent most of the year at Triple-A Salt Lake City where he was 3-3 with a 5.43 ERA and a 66:33 K:BB ratio in 61.1 innings. He will give the Phillies additional relief depth in the minors.
Five days after calling up lefty reliever Edgar Ibarra, the Angels have dispatched him back to Triple-A Salt Lake City. Ibarra allowed one run on four hits in four innings during the brief stint, his first in the major leagues.
The Angels promoted pitcher Edgar Ibarra from the minor leagues Monday, the team announced. The move puts 13 pitchers on the team's roster. Ibarra failed to make the team out of spring training. To make room for Ibarra, the Angels demoted outfielder Alfredo Marte to Triple-A.
The Angels have cut pitchers Edgar Ibarra and Albert Suarez from the major league roster, sending them down to the minors, reports The Orange County Register. The move leaves Los Angeles with 61 players on their roster this spring.
The Angels have signed free agent left-handers Adam Wilk and Edgar Ibarra to minor league contracts. The former has not pitched in the big leagues since 2012 while the latter has yet to pitch at that level.