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Jul 23, 2022 0 0 9.00 0 -3
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2022 21 3.0 2 1 9.00 1.67
2019 44.52.2 23.7 1 1 27 15 2.66 1.39
3y Avg. 21 3.0 2 1 9.00 1.67
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  • Nationals' Connor Sadzeck: Finds new team

    Sadzeck signed a minor-league deal with the Nationals on Thursday, Jesse Dougherty of The Washington Post reports. Sadzeck was designated for assignment by the Brewers on July 25 and elected free agency rather than accept an outright assignment. He's now found a new opportunity and could make his way to the big-league roster in Washington by season's end.
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  • Connor Sadzeck: Becomes free agent

    Sadzeck elected free agency on Saturday rather than accept an outright assignment, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Sadzeck was designated for assignment by the Brewers on Monday and will now be free to sign with any team. He pitched primarily with Triple-A Nashville this season and maintained an impressive 0.96 ERA, 1.00 WHIP and 35:12 K:BB across 28 innings while appearing exclusively as a reliever.
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  • Brewers' Connor Sadzeck: Designated for assignment

    Sadzeck was designated for assignment by the Brewers on Monday. Sadzeck was called up July 13 and appeared in two games, surrendering three runs on four hits and a walk while striking out two over three innings. He will now either report to Triple-A Nashville, get claimed by another team or be released outright, the first of which seems most likely. Ethan Small was called up from Nashville on Monday to replace Sadzeck on the active roster.
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  • Brewers' Connor Sadzeck: Returns to majors with Milwaukee

    The Brewers selected Sadzeck's contract from Triple-A Nashville on Wednesday. Sadzeck is back in the majors for the first time since 2019, when he made 20 relief appearances for Seattle. Prior to Wednesday's call-up, the 30-year-old right-hander had spent the entire 2022 campaign with Nashville. Over 28 innings with the affiliate, Sadzeck turned in an 0.96 ERA, 1.00 WHIP and 35:12 K:BB. He'll likely see most of his initial opportunities with Milwaukee in lower-leverage spots.
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  • Brewers' Connor Sadzeck: Gets invite to Brewers camp

    Sadzeck, who signed a minor-league contract with the Brewers on Dec. 1, has received an invitation to MLB spring training. The 30-year-old right-hander last appeared in the majors in 2019 with the Mariners, making 20 relief appearances while posting a 2.66 ERA and 27:15 K:BB across 23.2 innings. He's struggled to bounce back from a serious elbow injury suffered that same season, however, as he missed the entire 2020 campaign and turned in middling numbers (4.84 ERA, 1.50 WHIP in 44.2 innings) at the Triple-A level in 2021.
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  • White Sox's Connor Sadzeck: Joining White Sox for camp

    Sadzeck signed with the White Sox as a non-roster invitee Thursday. The 29-year-old righty owns a strong 2.18 ERA in 33 career innings at the highest level, though that's not backed up by his poor combination of a 22.4 percent strikeout rate and 17.1 percent walk rate. He missed most of 2019 with elbow troubles and didn't make the Mariners' 40-man roster at any point last season, so his chances of cracking the White Sox's Opening Day roster appear to be slim.
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  • Mariners' Connor Sadzeck: Sent to Triple-A

    Sadzeck (elbow) was outrighted to Triple-A Tacoma on Monday. Sadzeck ended the season on the 60-day injured list after undergoing a non-surgical elbow procedure at the beginning of August. The Mariners also outrighted Chasen Bradford and Ryon Healy to make room on the 40-man roster.
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  • Mariners' Connor Sadzeck: Gets procedure for elbow

    Sadzeck (elbow) underwent a non-surgical procedure in Texas earlier this week, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. Divish's report labels Sadzeck's injury as a right elbow strain, which differs from the initial diagnosis of inflammation that was provided when the righty reliever first landed on the injured list June 4. Since he has yet to even graduate to mound work over the subsequent two months and is now on the mend from a minor procedure, Sadzeck seems unlikely to make it back from the 60-day IL until September, if at all.
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  • Mariners' Connor Sadzeck: Suffers setback

    Sadzeck flew to Dallas to have his elbow examined after experiencing a setback, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. Sadzeck has been on the injured list since June 4 due to right elbow inflammation, and he's yet to resume throwing off a mound. It's unclear what this latest setback means for the right-hander's timetable, though he certainly doesn't appear close to being reinstated.
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  • Mariners' Connor Sadzeck: Transferred to 60-day IL

    Sadzeck (elbow) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Saturday. Sadzeck is not yet throwing off a mound, so he is at least several weeks away from returning. This move does not affect his timetable, as he has already been sidelined since June 2.
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  • Mariners' Connor Sadzeck: Not yet throwing off mound

    Sadzeck (elbow) continues to play catch but has yet to throw off a mound, Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports. Sadzeck is at the team's spring training facility in Peoria, Arizona during his recovery. The right-hander had already upped his throwing distance to 120 feet a week ago, so he would appear to be on the verge of taking the next step in his rehabilitation.
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  • Mariners' Connor Sadzeck: Ups throwing distance

    Sadzeck (elbow) is up to throwing from 120 feet at the team's spring training facility in Arizona, Sarah Wexler of MLB.com reports. It's been a long road back for Sadzeck, who's been sidelined since June 4. If the reliever's throwing program continues without issue, he'll likely work a bullpen session in Arizona toward the end of the coming week.
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  • Mariners' Connor Sadzeck: Plays catch without issue

    Sadzeck (elbow) threw from 60 feet Sunday without any issues, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports. The catch session marked Sadzeck's first time picking up a baseball since pausing his throwing program June 7. The right-hander will look to continue building up his work in coming days and is still aiming for a midseason return.
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  • Mariners' Connor Sadzeck: To resume throwing soon

    Sadzeck (elbow) is expected to resume throwing at some point this week, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports. Sadzeck initially went on the injured list June 4 and began throwing soon thereafter. However, he experienced discomfort during that initial session, which led to an MRI that revealed no structural damage. The right-handed reliever owns a 2.66 ERA, 1.39 WHIP and a 27:15 K:BB across 23.2 innings this season.
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  • Mariners' Connor Sadzeck: Headed for further evaluation

    Sadzeck resumed throwing Friday, but he experienced discomfort in his right elbow and is now scheduled for an MRI, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. The Mariners won't know more about Sadzeck's condition until the test results return, though this certainly doesn't appear to be good news for the right-hander. He was placed on the 10-day injured list Tuesday due to right elbow inflammation.
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  • Mariners' Connor Sadzeck: Return to throwing imminent

    Sadzeck (elbow) could resume throwing as early as Friday, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports. Sadzeck just went on the 10-day injured list Tuesday due to right elbow inflammation, so the news that he might be able to pick up a baseball again three days later is encouraging. If Sadzeck's recovery unfolds without setbacks over the next several days, it's possible he may not need a minor-league rehab assignment before activation.
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  • Mariners' Connor Sadzeck: Lands on shelf

    Sadzeck was placed on the 10-day injured list Tuesday due to right elbow inflammation. Sadzeck last pitched Sunday against the Angels, which appears to be when the injury cropped up. He's struggled out of the bullpen of late, allowing five runs (two earned) over his last four outings (4.2 innings).
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  • Mariners' Connor Sadzeck: Thriving as reliever

    Sadzeck, who fired two scoreless innings in which he recorded a strikeout during a loss to the Twins on Thursday, owns an 0-1 record, a 2.41 ERA, an 0.96 WHIP, one save and two holds across 18.2 innings this season. The towering reliever has been a valued asset for manager Scott Servais, filling a variety of roles in a bullpen that lost projected closer Hunter Strickland to a lat injury very early in the season. Sadzeck has now pitched two innings on four occasions, and he has six appearances of greater than one frame overall.
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  • Mariners' Connor Sadzeck: Picks up first save

    Sadzeck notched his first save of the season after tossing a scoreless inning and striking out one Thursday against Kansas City. Following a late rally by the Mariners, Sadzeck was deployed for his first save chance of the 2019 campaign and managed to get the job done without any trouble. The 27-year-old seems like an odd choice with the game on the line, although with Anthony Swarzak and Roenis Elias ruled unavailable due to recent usage, Sadzeck's name was called to work the bottom of the 10th inning.
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  • Mariners' Connor Sadzeck: Added to 25-man roster

    Sadzeck was added to the 25-man roster Wednesday and will join the team in Chicago prior to the start of a three-game series against the White Sox on Friday, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports. Sadzeck was acquired in a trade with the Rangers on Monday, and with the Mariners looking to stock up on as many late-inning options as possible in the wake of Hunter Strickland's (lat) extended absence, he'll be thrust right into action. The 27-year-old's fastball consistently sits in the mid-to-high 90s. However, Sadzeck has also had trouble locating against big-league bats thus far, following up a 10.6 BB/9 in 13 appearances with the Rangers last season with eight walks over 8.1 Cactus League frames this spring.
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