Capuano signed a minor league contract with the Brewers on Monday that includes an invitation to spring training. It's a case of deja vu for Brewer fans, as Capuano is making his return to Milwaukee after spending the last five years with four different teams. The 37-year-old's best days are behind him, as he posted a horrid 7.97 ERA and 1.7 K/BB last season with the Yankees, but he could find a spot with the rebuilding Brewers as a veteran leader in the rotation or bullpen if he can post strong numbers in spring training.
Well-traveled veteran Chris Capuano was recalled by the Yankees again Monday, giving the team another relief arm in the bullpen, per a team release. Capuano has appeared in 18 games for the Yankees, including four starts. He is 0-4 with a 7.71 ERA. To make room for Capuano, the Yankees moved Jacob Lindgren to the 60-day disabled list.
The Yankees outrighted relief pitcher Chris Capuano to Triple-A, the team announced. Capuano was designated for assignment on Wednesday. He has a 7.71 ERA in 35 innings this season.
For the fourth time th is season, the Yankees left-hander Chris Capuano has been designated for assignment. Capuano pitched in Tuesday's 15-1 pounding by the Astros, and he allowed six runs on three hits over two innings. Overall this season, Capuano owns an ugly 7.71 ERA in 35 innings. The move was made to open up a roster spot for Michael Pineda, who was activated from the disabled list to start Wednesday's game.
The Yankees brought back a familiar face Monday, signing veteran pitcher Chris Capuano to a minor league deal for his fourth stint with the team this season. Capuano owns a 6.55 ERA in 33 innings pitched for the Yankees this season. He had been designated for assignment Saturday.