Freeman signed a minor-league contract with the Nationals on Wednesday, Jesse Dougherty of The Washington Post reports. Freeman has spent most of the season in the minors, posting a 7.01 ERA, 2.03 WHIP and 42:29 K:BB across 52.2 innings with Triple-A Salt Lake. The lefty owns a career 3.62 ERA and 1.42 WHIP across parts of eight big-league seasons (228.2 innings) and will serve as bullpen depth for the Nationals.
Freeman cleared waivers Saturday and was outrighted to Triple-A Salt Lake. Following a messy performance Tuesday against the Yankees, the Angels designated Freeman for assignment. The 31-year-old has a 3.61 ERA in 226.2 career innings, but he'll have to prove himself again in the minors before returning to the big leagues.
Freeman was designated for assignment Wednesday. Freeman gave up one run on two walks and three hits including a home run to Luke Voit in the top of the eighth inning in Tuesday's game against the Yankees. The Angels acquired Freeman after he was released by Atlanta at the end of March. In a corresponding move, Matt Ramsey's contract was selected from Triple-A Salt Lake.
Freeman's contract was selected by the Angels on Tuesday, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Freeman signed a minor-league contract with the Angels in late March. The 31-year-old recorded a mediocre 4.29 ERA with the Braves last season but owns a solid 3.61 ERA over his seven-year big-league career. Luke Bard was optioned in a corresponding move.
Freeman agreed to a minor-league contract with the Angels on Wednesday, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Freeman failed to earn a roster spot with the Braves this spring and had to settle for a minor-league deal. With a 3.61 ERA in 226.2 career innings, the veteran lefty should be at least a capable option for the Angels when injuries open up a bullpen spot.