Marshall (hamstring) was reinstated from the 60-day disabled list Wednesday and outrighted to Triple-A Tacoma, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. Marshall appeared in six games for the Mariners this season before being shut down in May with the hamstring injury, posting a dismal 9.39 ERA and 2.22 WHIP over 7.2 innings. The 27-year-old apparently wasn't enticing to other teams as a potential waiver claim, so he'll stick in the organization and report back to Tacoma without a 40-man roster designation.
Marshall (hamstring) moved his rehab to Double-A Arkansas on Thursday, giving up three runs on four hits and one walk in two-thirds of an inning. The Mariners had Marshall shift his assignment to Double-A level after tossing a clean inning for the Mariners' Rookie-level Arizona League affiliate July 23, but he was unable to replicate those results. The 27-year-old has been sidelined since early May with a hamstring issue and will likely require several appearances in the minors before the Mariners feel comfortable bringing him off the 60-day disabled list, likely at some point in August.
Marshall (hamstring) was transferred to the 60-day disabled list Wednesday, Bob Dutton of The Tacoma News Tribune reports. Marshall is expected to miss a considerable portion of the season with his current injury, so the move makes sense in accordance with the 40-man roster. His transfer allows Sam Gaviglio to take Hisashi Iwakuma's (shoulder) place in the rotation.
Marshall (hamstring) was placed on the 10-day DL on Saturday, the Tacoma News Tribune's Bob Dutton reports. He is expected to miss significant time, according to the Seattle Times' Jayson Jenks. Marshall grabbed his hamstring after throwing his second pitch Friday and was on crutches after the game. Pitchers Rob Whalen and Dan Altavilla were summoned from Triple-A Tacoma on Saturday.
Marshall was recalled from Triple-A Tacoma on Friday. This will be Marshall's second stint with the Mariners this season, as he comes up to take the roster spot of James Paxton (forearm), who was recently placed on the DL. Given the 9.39 ERA he posted during his five appearances (7.1 innings) earlier in the year, he likely won't see anything other than low-leverage situations out of the Mariners' bullpen.