Danny Rosenbaum was reassigned to minor league camp Monday, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports.
This comes as no surprise, as the highest level the southpaw reached last season was Double-A. He'll head back to the minors to work on transitioning from being a starter to being a reliever.
Danny Rosenbaum , who started 15 games in Boston's organization last season, will be used as a reliever in 2016, the Boston Globe reports.
The 28-year-old left-hander was recovering from Tommy John surgery when he was traded to Boston at the beginning of 2015. Rosenbaum went on to post a 5.81 ERA in 15 starts between Short-Season Lowell and Double-A Portland last year. Boston manager John Farrell sees his low-90s fastball playing up out of the bullpen. Rosenbaum also features a changeup, cutter, and sinker.
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