Crockett was optioned to Triple-A Columbus on Sunday. Crockett held opponents to zero runs during his first six appearances in the majors, but has since unraveled a bit, allowing three earned runs Saturday to bring his ERA up to 14.73. For the time being, he'll be replaced by Austin Adams in the Cleveland bullpen.
Crockett was recalled from Triple-A Columbus on Wednesday. Crockett has been pitching well in Triple-A, conceding just one earned run in seven innings with a 0.86 WHIP. With Cody Anderson struggling, Crockett will join the now eight-man bullpen, something Terry Francona has been known to use in the past, while they use a four-man rotation.
Crockett was optioned to Triple-A Columbus on Monday. The left-hander pitched pretty well in spring training, but his last stint in the major leagues during the regular season left something to be desired, so he'll head back to the minors to develop more against advanced hitters. Given his major league experience, though, he could be one of the earlier arms to be called up if he performs well with the Clippers.
The Indians called up pitcher Kyle Crockett, the team announced Monday. Crockett will take the place of pitcher Michael Roth, who was optioned to the minors. Crockett has a 3.00 ERA over six innings of work earlier this season, while Roth produced a 8.76 ERA over 12 1/3 innings.
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.