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Top Trevor Gott News

  • Brewers' Trevor Gott: Lands in Milwaukee

    Gott signed a one-year contract with the Brewers on Wednesday, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports.

    Gott spent the entire 2021 season at Triple-A Sacramento and recorded a 4.10 ERA and 1.29 WHIP in 41.2 innings across 43 appearances (one start). He'll now have the chance to carve out a bullpen role with the Brewers in spring training after landing a major-league contract.

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  • Giants' Trevor Gott: Clears waivers

    Gott cleared waivers and was outrighted to the Giants' alternate training site Tuesday, Kerry Crowley of The San Jose Mercury News reports.

    Gott spent just a single day on the Giants' roster in mid-April before being designated for assignment. He'll remain with the organization as minor-league depth.

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  • Giants' Trevor Gott: Designated for assignment

    Gott was designated for assignment by the Giants on Tuesday.

    Gott's contract was selected on Monday, but he'll fall right back off the 40-man roster just one day later. He did not get into a game during his brief time with the team.

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  • Giants' Trevor Gott: Contract selected by Giants

    Gott's contract was selected by the Giants on Monday, Kerry Crowley of The San Jose Mercury News reports.

    Gott has been working at the Giants' alternate training site since the start of the regular season, but he'll now join the major-league bullpen as part of a shuffle after Steven Duggar and Chadwick Tromp were sent down Monday. Gott made 15 relief appearances for San Francisco last year and recorded four saves while posting a 10.03 ERA and 1.80 WHIP in 11.2 innings.

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  • Giants' Trevor Gott: Heads to MiLB camp

    The Giants reassigned Gott to their minor-league camp Tuesday, Maria I. Guardado of MLB.com reports.

    Gott was one of four non-roster relievers with previous big-league experience whom the Giants sent back to minor-league camp ahead of Opening Day. The 28-year-old righty was lit up for 13 runs over 11.2 innings with the Giants during the abbreviated 2020 campaign before he was dropped from the 40-man roster in February.

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  • Giants' Trevor Gott: Remains in organization

    Gott cleared waivers Friday and was outrighted to Triple-A Sacramento, Andrew Baggarly of The Athletic reports.

    Gott allowed 13 runs in 11.2 innings last season and owns a career 5.01 ERA, so it's no surprise to see him pass through waivers unclaimed. He'll remain an organizational depth option for the Giants going forward.

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  • Giants' Trevor Gott: Designated for assignment

    Gott was designated for assignment by the Giants on Sunday, Kerry Crowley of The San Jose Mercury News reports.

    Gott recorded four saves for the Giants last season, but he also allowed 13 runs in 11.2 innings and posted an 8:8 K:BB. With a career 5.01 ERA in parts of six big-league seasons, he probably won't be a particularly hot commodity on the waiver wire.

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  • Giants' Trevor Gott: Throwing to begin camp

    Gott (elbow) completed a bullpen session Wednesday during the Giants' first workout of spring training, Kerry Crowley of The San Jose Mercury News reports.

    Gott finished the past season on the injured list while battling right elbow inflammation, but his ability to throw at the start of camp suggests he'll enter the 2021 campaign with no restrictions. The right-hander received a look in the closer's role last season but couldn't hold down the job, posting a 10.03 ERA and 1.80 WHIP in 15 appearances before being shut down. With Reyes Moronta (shoulder) healthy for the start of 2021 and the Giants also adding Jake McGee and Matt Wisler in free agency, Gott will likely find himself lower in the bullpen pecking order.

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  • Giants' Trevor Gott: Comes to terms with Giants

    Gott (elbow) agreed to a one-year, $700,000 deal with the Giants on Wednesday, Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports.

    He finished the year on the shelf with elbow inflammation, so the Giants must have faith in him contributing in some form in 2021. Prior to the injury, Gott gave up 13 runs in 11.2 innings, so he will likely work in low-leverage spots to start the season.

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  • Giants' Trevor Gott: Shut down with elbow injury

    The Giants placed Gott on the 10-day injured list Sunday with right elbow inflammation.

    The transaction is retroactive to Sept. 10, so Gott won't be eligible to return from the IL until the final week of the regular season. The injury is a tough break for Gott, who had just stringed together several quality outings after losing hold of the closing gig in mid-August, when he blew two saves and gave up 11 earned runs over a three-appearance stretch.

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  • Giants' Trevor Gott: Likely on outs as closer

    Gott (1-2) blew his second straight save opportunity in Monday's 7-6 loss to the Angels, retiring one hitter via strikeout before serving up a walkoff two-run home run to Tommy La Stella.

    After allowing one run in his first six appearances of the season while going 4-for-4 in save chances, Gott appeared to build some job security as the Giants' closer. Gott has been in a downward spiral ever since, however, as he's now given up 11 runs over his last three outings, retiring just four hitters over that stretch. With Gott blowing his second save in three days, manager Gabe Kapler said after the game that in the short-term, he'll look for "softer landing spots" for the right-hander and "evaluate what other options we have in the high-leverage moments," per Maria I. Guardado of MLB.com. Kapler's comments seemingly hint that other pitchers could factor into future save situations, with Tony Watson, Trevor Rogers and Shaun Anderson standing out as the top alternatives to close out games.

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  • Giants' Trevor Gott: Flounders in save opportunity

    Gott blew the save and picked up the loss Saturday against Oakland, pitching two-thirds of an inning and allowing four runs on three hits and one walk while striking out two.

    Gott began the game a perfect 4-for-4 in save opportunities, but he was pounded by the Athletics for the second straight day to blow his first save of the campaign. The right-hander entered the series against Oakland having yielded only one earned run over six innings, but he has been knocked around for nine earned runs while registering only three outs over the last two games to drive his ERA all the way up to an unsightly 12.86.

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  • Giants' Trevor Gott: Earns win in relief

    Gott (1-0) earned the win Tuesday against the Astros after pitching a scoreless inning, allowing one walk and striking out one.

    Gott walked a batter for the third straight outing, but that might be the lone negative point in his outing. The 27-year-old right-hander has gone five straight appearances without allowing a run and owns a sterling 1.50 ERA in six games this season.

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  • Giants' Trevor Gott: Notches fourth save of season

    Gott earned his fourth save of the season Saturday against the Dodgers after pitching a scoreless ninth inning. He allowed one walk.

    Gott is now 4-for-4 in save opportunities this season, and the 27-year-old right-hander has gone four straight outings without allowing runs, fanning two and walking two in that stretch. The strikeout numbers aren't eye-popping but he's getting the job done, and that should keep him as the Giants' closer for the foreseeable future.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-0, 185 lbs
Birthplace: Lexington, KY
Age: 29
School: Kentucky
Experience: 3
Bats/Throws: R, R