Luis Sardinas

2B / Seattle Mariners / EXP: 2YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 150 lb Age: 22 College: None Bats/Throws S/R

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      Mariners' Luis Sardinas: Joins Mariners after trade

      Sardinas was traded to the Mariners on Friday for outfielder Ramon Flores, Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports reports. With the Brewers acquiring Jonathan Villar from the Astros on Thursday, Sardinas suddenly became expendable, opening the door for a trade that better suits both clubs' 40-man rosters. The 22-year-old infielder played in 36 games with Milwaukee this season, recording a pitiful .196/.240/.216 line in 97 at-bats. Still, what Sardinas lacks in hitting he more than makes up for in defensive prowess and he will more than likely push incumbent Ketel Marte for occasional starts at shortstop next season. He shouldn't be considered a fantasy option in anything other than deep AL-only leagues to start next season, but he could factor into the Mariners infield if any injury sidelines Marte or Robinson Cano for any extended time.

    • by Marty Gitlin |

      Brewers bring up C Nevin Ashley, INF Luis Sardinas

      The Brewers have promoted catcher Nevin Ashley and infielder Luis Sardinas from Triple-A Colorado Springs. The 31-year-old Ashley earned his first trip to the majors with a fine season in which he has compiled a slash line of .306/.374/.432 with eight home runs and 61 RBI. Sardinas managed 15 hits in 68 at-bats for Milwaukee in a late spring stint.

    • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

      Brewers option Luis Sardinas to clear roster spot for Taylor Jungmann

      Brewers starting pitcher prospect Taylor Jungmann was officially promoted from Triple-A Colorado Springs to start Tuesday's game at Pittsburgh. To clear a roster spot, infielder Luis Sardinas was optioned to Colorado Springs.

    • by Jason Butt |

      Brewers go with Gerardo Parra in left field against Diamondbacks

      The Brewers are starting Gerardo Parra in left field for Sunday's game against the Diamondbacks. Parra will likely be the starter in left field for a while with Khris Davis going on the disabled list due to a torn meniscus. At first base, Jason Rogers will start as Adam Lind deals with an ailing back. Elian Herrera is starting at third base with Luis Sardinas at second.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Brewers place shortstop Jean Segura (finger) on 15-day DL

      The Brewers have placed shortstop Jean Segura on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to May 13, with a fractured pinky finger, the team announced Thursday. The team will call up infielder Luis Sardinas from Triple-A on Friday to take Segura's spot on the roster. It is not know how Segura fractured the finger or if he is expected to be out more longer than the minimum 15 days.

    • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

      Brewers option Peterson, Sardinas to Triple-A

      The Brewers optioned outfielder Shane Peterson and infielder Luis Sardinas to Triple-A Colorado Springs on Thursday. Peterson hit .296 (8 for 27) with one home run and four RBI in 17 spring games, while Sardinas hit .294 (10 for 34) in 17 spring games.

    • by Brandon Wise | Staff Writer

      Brewers infielder Luis Sardinas notches four hits Sunday

      Brewers infielder Luis Sardinas posted four hits and two RBI Sunday against his former team the Rangers. Sardinas, who is battling for a spot on the Opening Day roster, was struggling at the plate coming into the day, going just 3 for 25 the rest of spring. "[Sardinas is] probably tired playing all nine innings," manager Ron Roenicke said. "But that was good for him. Everybody did a nice job swinging the bats today."

    • by Igor Mello |

      Brewers manager Ron Roenicke eyeing infield depth this spring

      Brewers manager Ron Roenicke will spend spring training judging his infielder's versatility for depth behind Jean Segura and Scooter Gennett, per Milwaukee has three shortstops on its 40-man roster with the chance to break camp with the big-league club. Hector Gomez, 26, and Luis Sardinas, 21, are expected to see time at second base behind Scooter Gennett. "We want to give Scooter a chance against lefties, but if there's a day off we want to give him, or if it works out that we need to have a [right-handed hitting] guy there more often, who's it going to be?" Roenicke said. "Is it going to be Sardinas? Jimenez, because we know he hits lefties well? Who's that other guy who's going to be there?" Yadiel Rivera, 22, should see some work at third behind Aramis Ramirez.

    • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

      Brewers trade Yovani Gallardo to Rangers for three players

      The Rangers have finalized the trade for Brewers starting pitcher Yovani Gallardo, according to Baseball Insider Jon Heyman. The Brewers will receive infielder Luis Sardinas, reliever Corey Knebel and pitching prospect Marcos Diplan in the trade. The 28-year-old Gallardo is in the last year of his contract. He won less than 10 games in 2014 for the first time in the last six seasons. He is 89-64 with a 3.69 ERA in eight MLB seasons. The 21-year-old Sardinas made his MLB debut in 2014, batting .261 with six doubles, eight RBI and five stolen bases in 43 games. He had been considered a top-100 prospect by in 2013 and 2014. He had a .289/.336/.355/.691 slash line in the minors. The 23-year-old Knebel was traded for the second time in a year. He was traded from Detroit to Texas in July. He also made his MLB debut in 2014, posting a 6.23 ERA in eight relief outings for Detroit. He struck out 11 in 8 2/3 innings. He is 7-2 with a 1.65 ERA in two minor-league seasons. The 18-year-old Diplan went 7-2 with a 1.54 ERA and 1.06 WHIP in 13 starts in the Dominican Summer League in 2014. The Rangers signed Diplan in July 2013 for $1.3 million, per

    • by Chris Towers |

      Rangers adding five to expanded roster

      The Rangers are set to call up five players from the minors Tuesday, reports. Pitchers Nick Tepesch, Michael Kirkman, Spencer Patton and Lisalverto Bonilla will be joined by infielder Luis Sardinas as rosters expand.

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