Peralta was outrighted to Triple-A Colorado Springs on Thursday. It was expected that Peralta would wind up returning to the Sky Sox after getting designated for assignment last Saturday. He was unable to take advantage of what would've been a lengthy relief appearance against the Nationals last week, giving up seven earned runs in 1.2 innings. The 28-year-old will likely continue working as a relief pitcher with Colorado Springs, and could make another appearance with Milwaukee this season if he can turn things around.
Peralta was designated for assignment by the Brewers on Saturday. The move from the rotation to the bullpen didn't result in a turnaround for Peralta. In fact, he was even worse working in shorter spurts, posting a dismal 11.94 ERA and 2.48 WHIP in 11 relief appearances. Given the money owed to Peralta, it seems likely he will pass through waivers unclaimed and accept an outright assignment to Triple-A Colorado Springs.
Peralta (calf) was activated from the 10-day disabled list Sunday. Peralta, who opened the season as a member of the Brewers' rotation, will continue to work out of the bullpen now that he's healthy again following a three-appearance rehab assignment. He'll see most of his duties in long relief, effectively assuming the duties that had previously fallen to Rob Scahill, who was designated for assignment Sunday in a corresponding move.
Peralta (calf) is set to return to the Brewers this weekend in Philadelphia, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Peralta has been out since June 21 with a right calf strain, but has been able to spend the past couple of weeks with Triple-A Colorado Springs on a rehab assignment. He tossed two innings against Omaha on Thursday, retiring all six opposing batters while sprinkling in a pair of strikeouts. Peralta figures to rejoin the bullpen upon his arrival, where he spent over a month getting used to his new role before landing on the disabled list.
Peralta (calf) will start his rehab assignment with Triple-A Colorado Springs on Wednesday. It has been exactly two weeks since Peralta landed on the DL with a right calf strain, and the right-hander has progressed smoothly during his time on the mend. Peralta is in line for a few rehab games while he looks to shake off the rust and return to form following his rough batch of outings prior to going down with this injury. It is uncertain which role Peralta will take on once he returns to the Brewers, but he could slide back into a middle-relief spot after the All-Star break, barring any setbacks during his rehab appearances.