Red Sox newly acquired relief pitcher Ronald Belisario will report to Triple-A Pawtucket, according to the Boston Herald. Belisario, who was waived by the Rays earlier this month, has a 7.88 ERA in right innings of relief this season.
The Red Sox signed free-agent pitcher Ronald Belisario on Sunday, reports CBSSports.com Baseball Insider Jon Heyman. Belisario was a free agent after he cleared waivers. Belisario had a 7.88 ERA over eight innings of work before the Rays designated him for assignment.
Former Rays relief pitcher Ronald Belisario , who was designated for assignment last week, cleared waivers and became a free agent on Saturday, per the Tampa Bay Times. Belisario had a 7.88 ERA in just eight innings of relief this season.
The Rays designated pitcher Ronald Belisario for assignment after Tuesday's loss to the Indians, the team announced. Belisario had a 7.88 ERA over eight innings of work this season.
The Rays called up pitcher Ronald Belisario from Triple-A, the team announced after Tuesday's game. To make room for Belisario, the team optioned pitcher C.J. Riefenhauser to the minor leagues. The Rays had until Wednesday to call up Belisario after he recently opted out of his minor-league contract.