The Marlins announced they have recalled catcher Tomas Telis from Triple-A New Orleans, per a team release. Telis has appeared in 11 games between the Rangers and Marlins this season, and has two hits in 19 at-bats.
The Marlins have promoted reliever Scott McGough from Triple-A New Orleans and sent catcher Tomas Telis to the same team, per Fox Sports. McGough, who arrived from the Dodgers in 2012, underwent Tommy John surgery last season. He owns a 1.95 ERA this year in 23 minor league appearances. Telis has earned limited at-bats since his callup on Aug. 3. He is 2-for-19.
The Marlins recalled catcher Tomas Telis from Triple-A New Orleans and selected the contract of RHP Brian Ellington from New Orleans, the team announced on Monday. The players will replace Carter Capps, who went to the DL, and infielder Donovan Solano, who was optioned to Triple-A. Telis was acquired from Texas in a trade-deadline deal. He played in one game at New Orleans. He's hitting .292 this season at Triple-A. Ellington was 4-1 with a 2.51 ERA at Double-A Jacksonville. He had one scoreless relief appearance at Triple-A. Solano hit .156 in 46 games with the Marlins.
The Marlins have promoted left-handers Adam Conley and Chris Reed from Triple-A New Orleans and sent down catcher Tomas Telis to the same team. Conley earned one start with Miami this season and allowed two runs in five innings. He is 9-3 with a 2.52 ERA in the minors in 2015 and will likely replace the just-traded Dan Haren in the rotation. Reed, who came over from the Dodgers on July 15, has yet to pitch in the big leagues. He has allowed just one run in his last 9 2/3 innings pitched for the Zephyrs. Telis is batting .182 in just 11 at-bats at the major league level this year.
The Rangers have acquired right-hander Sam Dyson from the Marlins. In exchange, the Marlins will receive catcher Tomas Telis and left-hander Cody Ege. Dyson has made 44 relief appearances this year with the Marlins. he is 3-3 with a 3.68 ERA in 44 innings. Telis, who will report straight to the Marlins' big-league club, was 2 for 11 in his recent six-game stint with the Rangers. Ege, a 2013 draft pick, was 6-2 with a 1.00 ERA in 35 relief appearances between Class A and Double-A this year. He will head to the Marlins' Double-A affiliate.