Mejia was released by the White Sox on Monday, James Fegan of The Athletic reports. Mejia was part of the White Sox's 60-man roster pool to begin the season, but he'll now be removed from the organization. The southpaw pitched for three teams in 2019 and posted a 6.61 ERA and 1.72 WHIP over 31.1 innings. Given his lack of results last year, it's unclear whether he'll find a spot on another 60-man roster during the abbreviated 2020 season.
Mejia joined the White Sox's 60-man player pool Tuesday, James Fegan of The Athletic reports. Mejia will be part of the group of 16 players working out at the team's secondary camp, meaning he's unlikely to be one of the first names called on in the event of an injury crisis. He's received big-league time in each of the last four seasons but hasn't stood out, posting a career 4.62 ERA in 154 innings and a 6.61 mark in 31.1 frames last year.
Mejia signed a minor-league contract with the White Sox on Tuesday, James Fegan of The Athletic reports. Mejia was designated for assignment and released by the Angels earlier in the month, but he'll still get a shot to earn a roster spot after being invited to the White Sox's big-league camp. He's not particularly likely to do so, however, as he struggled to a 6.61 ERA and a 14.5 percent walk rate in 31.1 innings for the Twins, Cardinals and Angels last season.
Mejia was released by the Angels on Friday. Mejia was designated for assignment Tuesday, and after clearing waivers he's headed for free agency. He spent time with St. Louis, Minnesota and Los Angeles in 2019, posting a 6.61 ERA and 1.72 WHIP with a 30:21 K:BB across 31.1 frames out of the bullpen.
Mejia was designated for assignment by the Angels on Tuesday, Maria Torres of the Los Angeles Times reports. Mejia made 35 major-league appearances with the Twins, Cardinals and Angels in 2019, but he struggled with a 6.61 ERA and 1.72 WHIP. The southpaw has reached the majors in each of the past four seasons, but he has failed to make much of an impact in limited action.
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