Red Sox infielder Luis Jimenez had his contract acquired by the LG Twins, a Korean team in the KBO League, per the Boston Globe. Jimenez was selected off waivers from Milwaukee at the start of May. He played in one game with the Red Sox and was then sent to Triple-A. Jimenez was hitting .140 in 14 games with Triple-A Pawtucket.
Red Sox third baseman Luis Jimenez accepted an outright assignment to Triple-A Pawtucket on Thursday, according to WEEI.com. Jimenez was designated for assignment on Monday after having just on hit through 16 at-bats this season.
In order to make room for Shane Victorino on the roster, the Red Sox designated Luis Jimenez for assignment Monday, reports The Boston Globe. Jimenez was 1 for 16 over 16 games this season.
The Red Sox have optioned pitcher Dalier Hinojosa to make room for infielder Luis Jimenez, according to the Providence Journal. Hinojosa made his major league debut Sunday, throwing 1 2/3 scoreless innings without allowing a hit against the Yankees. Jimenez appeared in eight games this season for the Brewers before the team designated him for assignment. Jimenez is hitting .067 with one run scored in 15 at-bats.
The Red Sox claimed infielder Luis Jimenez off waivers from the Brewers, the team announced on Sunday. Jimenez was designated for assignment by Milwaukee after opening the season with a .067 average. To make room for Jimenez on the 40-man roster, the Red Sox moved catcher Ryan Hanigan from the 15-day to the 60-day disabled list. Hanigan is sidelined with a hand injury.
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