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Rockies' Logan Allen: Reaches deal with Rox
Allen signed a minor-league contract with the Rockies on Friday.
Allen reported to Triple-A Albuquerque and made his debut for the affiliate Sunday, when he struck out two and allowed three earned runs on four hits and one walk over three innings. The Rockies mark the third organization of the season for Allen, who began the campaign as a member of the Guardians before he was waived and claimed by the Orioles, who released him earlier this month. For the season, Allen owns an 8.56 ERA in 27.1 innings at the Triple-A level.... See More ... See Less
Logan Allen: Cut loose by O's
The Orioles released Allen on Monday.
After being cast off the 40-man roster in May, Allen stuck in the Baltimore organization and had since been working in a relief role at Triple-A Norfolk. The 25-year-old didn't find much success in that capacity and will now look for work elsewhere after compiling an 8.51 ERA and 2.03 WHIP across 24.1 innings at Triple-A.... See More ... See Less
Orioles' Logan Allen: Clears waivers
Allen cleared waivers Friday and was assigned to Triple-A Norfolk, Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com reports.
The Orioles claimed Allen off waivers from the Guardians in early May, but he spent less than two weeks on the big-league roster before being designated for assignment yet again. No one else wanted him this time around, so he'll remain as organizational depth for Baltimore.... See More ... See Less
Orioles' Logan Allen: Scrubbed from 40-man roster
The Orioles designated Allen for assignment Tuesday.
After being claimed off waivers from the Guardians on May 5, Allen's stint in Baltimore lasted just under two weeks before he was moved off the 40-man roster for another lefty reliever in Nick Vespi, whose contract was selected from Triple-A Norfolk in a corresponding move. During his time with the Orioles, the 24-year-old made three appearances out of the bullpen and gave up two earned runs on three hits and two walks over 1.2 innings. If he goes unclaimed off waivers this time around, Allen will stick in the Baltimore organization and report to Norfolk.... See More ... See Less
Orioles' Logan Allen: Working out of bullpen initially
Manager Brandon Hyde said Sunday that Allen will work out of the bullpen to begin his time with the Orioles, Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com reports. "I think we're always open for options, but he'll start out in the bullpen, and I'll try to get him a lower-leverage situation early just because he hasn't pitched in a while," Hyde said of Allen. "Looking forward to seeing what he can do. We really like his arm."
After Baltimore claimed Allen off waivers from Cleveland last week, the southpaw was viewed as a candidate to step into the Orioles' depleted rotation, but he'll instead be eased into his new organization in a low-leverage relief role. Allen has yet to debut for his new team and could be called on as a multi-inning option in Thursday's game against the Cardinals, which Baltimore plans to treat as a bullpen day.... See More ... See Less
Orioles' Logan Allen: Claimed by Baltimore
Allen was claimed off waivers by the Orioles on Thursday, Ryan Lewis of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Allen was designated for assignment by Cleveland over the weekend and will now make his way to Baltimore. The 24-year-old made four appearances for the Guardians and allowed three earned runs on nine hits with six strikeouts and three walks over six innings. He worked as a starter in 2021 but has been operating as a reliever this season.... See More ... See Less
Guardians' Logan Allen: Designated for assignment
Allen was designated for assignment by the Guardians on Sunday, Mandy Bell of MLB.com reports.
Allen made four relief appearances for Cleveland early in the year, and he posted a 4.50 ERA and 2.00 WHIP in six innings. The Guardians need to cut their active roster down to 26 players by Monday, so the southpaw will lose his spot on the 40-man roster. He'll likely report to Triple-A Columbus if he goes unclaimed on waivers.... See More ... See Less
Guardians' Logan Allen: Nabs win over Royals
Allen (1-0) allowed a hit and struck out one in two scoreless innings to earn the win in Monday's 10-7 win over the Royals.
Allen covered the fifth and sixth innings, and the Guardians took the lead in the seventh before he was replaced by Bryan Shaw on the mound. This was Allen's season debut, and it went smoothly. A starter at many of his minor-league stops, the right-hander has had to settle for a relief role to begin this season with the Guardians' rotation fairly stable. If he continues to pitch well, he should top the list of potential spot starters should injuries arise among members of the rotation.... See More ... See Less
Guardians' Logan Allen: Set for relief role
Allen has allowed four runs on six hits and two walks while striking out nine over five innings in three Cactus League games this spring.
Allen started two of those games, but he pitched just a single inning Thursday versus the Mariners. That indicates he's most likely to be utilized as a multi-inning reliever to begin 2022. Cal Quantrill and Triston McKenzie are likely set as the back end of the Guardians' rotation, though Allen is likely near the top of the list for potential spot starters if needed. The right-hander went 2-7 with a 6.26 ERA, 1.49 WHIP and 37:17 K:BB in 14 outings across 50.1 innings last season.... See More ... See Less
Indians' Logan Allen: Earns win in relief
Allen (2-7) earned the win in relief Thursday against the Royals after tossing three scoreless innings, giving up four hits while striking out two.
Allen hasn't had very good results this season, but he looked very good in this one and now has tossed three straight scoreless outings. The southpaw has moved between the rotation and the bullpen this past month, posting a 4.57 ERA through six appearances (21.2 innings) in September.... See More ... See Less
Indians' Logan Allen: Cleveland-Kansas City postponed
Allen and Cleveland won't face the Royals on Wednesday after the game was postponed due to inclement weather in Northeast Ohio.
The two teams will make up the contest on their mutual off day next Monday. The postponement makes Allen's next start unclear. He had been serving as the No. 6 pitcher in the team's six-man rotation, but the southpaw could shift to the bullpen or head to the minors with Shane Bieber (shoulder) seemingly on track to return from the 60-day injured list this weekend.... See More ... See Less
Indians' Logan Allen: Poor showing in nightcap
Allen (1-7) took the loss in the second game of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Twins, giving up four runs on seven hits and a walk over 3.2 innings as Cleveland was downed 6-3. He struck out three.
The southpaw tossed three scoreless innings before unravelling in the fourth, giving up three straight two-out hits to squander a three-run lead. Since delivering back-to-back quality starts in his return to the rotation at the end of August, Allen has regressed once again, surrendering nine runs in nine innings over his last two outings. If Cleveland continues to deploy a six-man rotation, the 24-year-old will likely continue to round it out, but Allen's 7.11 ERA, 1.51 WHIP and 30:16 K:BB through 44.1 big-league innings this year make him difficult for fantasy GMs to trust in any matchup.... See More ... See Less
Indians' Logan Allen: Draws another start
Allen is listed as Cleveland's starting pitcher Tuesday for the second game of a doubleheader with the Twins.
Though Allen could eventually lose hold of a starting role after Cleveland returned Aaron Civale from the injured list last week, the 24-year-old lefty will get at least one more turn in the rotation thanks to the team's upcoming schedule. Tuesday's doubleheader is the first of three twin bills in the next week and a half for Cleveland, which could prompt the club to expand the rotation to six men for the time being. Over his 10 big-league starts this season, Allen has gone 1-6 with a 6.86 ERA, 1.45 WHIP and a 27:15 K:BB across 40.2 innings.... See More ... See Less
Indians' Logan Allen: Struggles versus Twins
Allen (1-6) allowed five runs on eight hits and a walk with four strikeouts in 5.1 innings, taking the loss versus Minnesota on Monday.
The southpaw yielded solo home runs to Jorge Polanco and Byron Buxton in the contest, making Monday the third time in 10 appearances he's yielded multiple homers. Allen wasn't all that effective when he kept the ball down either, leading to the worst of his three appearances since he rejoined the big-league roster. He's at a 6.86 ERA, 1.45 WHIP and 27:15 K:BB through 40.2 innings this year. Allen and Eli Morgan are the likeliest candidates to lose their starting roles after Aaron Civale (finger) returns from the injured list Tuesday, unless Cleveland switches to a six-man rotation.... See More ... See Less
Indians' Logan Allen: Starting again Monday
Allen is scheduled to start Monday's game against the Twins in Cleveland.
Allen's solid work over his past two starts (2.13 ERA, 0.71 WHIP in 12.2 innings) looks like it'll be enough for him to stick in the rotation for at least one turn, even with Aaron Civale (finger) expected to return from the 60-day injured list to make a start later in the four-game series with Minnesota. Unless Cleveland expands its rotation to six men once Civale is officially reinstated from the IL, however, Allen could be bound for the bullpen after Monday's outing.... See More ... See Less
Indians' Logan Allen: Effective in no-decision
Allen allowed three runs (two earned) on five hits and two walks while striking out three across 6.2 innings in a no-decision against Kansas City on Wednesday.
The left-handed hurler needed only 76 pitches (47 of which were strikes) to get through 6.2 frames, and he finished with his second straight quality start after failing to record such an effort in his first seven outings of the campaign. Allen didn't fool many hitters, inducing only six swinging strikes and tallying a mere three punchouts, but a fourth-inning solo homer by Adalberto Mondesi was the only extra-base hit he allowed. Over his past two starts, Allen has allowed just three earned runs and six hits across 12.2 frames. It remains to be seen if he'll remain in the rotation, however, as Triston McKenzie was activated from the injured list Wednesday and is slated to start against the Royals on Thursday.... See More ... See Less
Indians' Logan Allen: Draws Friday's start
Allen will start Friday against the Red Sox, Ryan Lewis of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Allen was recalled from Triple-A Columbus on Wednesday, and he'll step into the rotation in place of Triston McKenzie (shoulder). Allen regularly threw between four and five innings in his minor-league starts, so there's a possibility that he works deep enough into Friday's game to qualify for a win.... See More ... See Less
Indians' Logan Allen: Impressive in start
Allen (1-5) did not factor into the decision Friday after pitching six innings allowing one run on one hit with one walk and five strikeouts in a 4-3 loss to Boston.
After bring recalled from Triple-A Columbus on Wednesday, Allen posted by-far his best outing of the season surrounding only one hit across six innings. The left-hander would exit with the lead in the sixth with Boston later taking the lead in the eighth. Should Allen receive another start at the major league level, it is projected to come next week either in Kansas City or Boston.... See More ... See Less
Indians' Logan Allen: Recalled by Cleveland
Allen was recalled from Triple-A Columbus on Wednesday, Zack Meisel of The Athletic reports.
Allen was sent to the minors early last week, and he allowed four runs on seven hits and three walks while striking out five in 4.1 innings during his lone appearance with Columbus in that span. He's recorded a 9.13 ERA in 22.2 innings across seven starts in the majors this year, but he's an option to start during the team's upcoming series against the Red Sox after Triston McKenzie (shoulder) was placed on the injured list Wednesday.... See More ... See Less
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