Guerra signed a one-year major-league contract with the Brewers on Friday.
Guerra will be on the Brewers' 40-man roster, but there's no guarantee he wins a roster spot in spring. The 30-year-old has recorded just two big-league outs over the last two seasons while allowing four runs.
Guerra cleared waivers Wednesday and was sent to Triple-A San Antonio, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Guerra was designated for assignment on Saturday after making just a single appearance. He'll remain in an organizational depth role for the Brewers.
Guerra was designated for assignment by the Brewers on Saturday.
Guerra's stay on the 40-man roster lasted all of two days. He made a single appearance, allowing four runs while recording just two outs Friday against the Pirates. Burch Smith was recalled in a corresponding move.
The Brewers selected Guerra's contract from Triple-A San Antonio on Thursday.
Since Milwaukee already had an opening on the 40-man roster, no corresponding move was needed to clear a spot for Guerra, who posted a 2.61 ERA, 0.95 WHIP and 48 strikeouts in 41.1 innings with San Antonio. The 30-year-old journeyman reliever has a more modest track record at the big-league level (4.17 ERA, 7.1 K/9 in 73 appearances between 2015 and 2017) and will likely have to settle for a low-leverage role in his initial action with the Brewers.
Guerra was reassigned to minor-league camp Tuesday.
Guerra was unable to carve out a spot on the Brewers' Opening Day roster despite posting a respectable 3.38 ERA and 6:1 K:BB through 5.2 innings this spring. He'll provide pitching depth for Milwaukee in 2019.
Guerra signed a minor-league contract which includes an invitation to spring training with the Brewers on Saturday, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
The 29-year-old spent parts of three seasons in the majors, recording a career 4.17 ERA in 95 innings of relief. He hasn't been in the big leagues since 2017, and he spent the entirety of last season with Triple-A Round Rock in the Rangers' system, where he threw 59.1 innings with a 3.79 ERA, striking out 30.0 percent of batters while walking just 6.8 percent. If he earns a major-league job, it will likely be in a low-leverage relief role.
The Rangers reassigned Guerra to their minor-league camp Sunday, Evan Grant of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Guerra, a non-roster invitee, made five appearances in the Cactus League but didn't impress, giving up four runs (three earned) on eight hits and a walk over 5.1 innings. The right-hander is expected to slot in as organizational bullpen depth at Triple-A Round Rock.
Guerra signed a minor-league contract with the Rangers on Tuesday which includes an invitation to spring training.
Guerra bounced between the Angels and their Triple-A affiliate last season. While he posted a solid 1.98 ERA and 41:8 K:BB in 41 innings with Triple-A Salt Lake, the 28-year-old finished with an unimpressive 4.68 ERA and 22:12 K:BB across 25 innings with the big club. He'll fight for a spot in the Rangers' bullpen during spring training, though he doesn't figure to see anything more than low-leverage work if he does break camp with Texas.
Guerra declined his outright assignment to Triple-A Salt Lake and will become a free agent, Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register reports.
Guerra didn't make much of an impact with the Angels in 2017, posting a 4.68 ERA over 25 innings. Instead of joining Salt Lake on assignment, he's opted to head to free agency and will look to latch on with another big-league team prior to the 2018 campaign.
Guerra was outrighted to Triple-A Salt Lake on Thursday.
Guerra served multiple stints of low-leverage work in the Angels' bullpen during the 2017 season, posting a pedestrian 4.68 ERA over 25 innings. He'll kick off the 2018 campaign with Salt Lake if he accepts his assignment.
Guerra had his contract purchased from Triple-A Salt Lake on Tuesday, Pedro Moura of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Guerra, who was designated for assignment by the Angels earlier in the year after compiling a 5.66 ERA across 20.2 major-league innings, is expected to serve in a low-leverage roll out of the bullpen for the big club.
Guerra cleared waivers and was outrighted to Triple-A Salt Lake on Tuesday.
He was designated for assignment over the weekend, and unsurprisingly went unclaimed. Guerra will act as organizational depth at Triple-A going forward.
Guerra was designated for assignment by the Angels on Saturday.
A four-run implosion Friday raised Guerra's ERA to 5.66 and spelled the end of his tenure on the 40-man and active rosters. Damien Magnifico will replace Guerra in the Angels' bullpen.
Guerra pitched two scoreless innings in relief Thursday against the Rays.
The outing brought the 28-year-old's ERA back under 4.00 on the season. Guerra has done a good job of limiting baserunners (1.06 WHIP), but his propensity to surrender home runs (2.2 HR/9) makes him a risky middle-relief option.
Guerra was called up to the majors from Triple-A Salt Lake on Friday, Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register reports.
Guerra posted two impressive appearances out of the Bees' bullpen, fanning six batters in just 3.2 innings pitched. He'll slot into a middle-relief role as a replacement for Daniel Wright.
Guerra cleared waivers Wednesday and was outrighted to Triple-A Salt Lake.
The right-hander was designated for assignment earlier in February, and despite posting a solid 3.21 ERA and exhibiting outstanding control during 53.1 major league innings, he'll remain on the Angels' farm a bit longer. Unless an injury strikes the big league relief corps, it seems like Guerra is destined for an organizational depth role in 2017.
Guerra was designated for assignment by the Angels on Friday.
This move comes as a bit of a surprise as it was reported within the past week that Guerra would compete for a bullpen spot. However, things changed Friday with the Angels' acquisition of middle reliever Austin Adams from the Indians. Guerra, who notched a 3.21 ERA with a 1.11 WHIP over 53.1 innings last season, will now be subject to waivers but could return to the Angels if he goes unclaimed.
Guerra is one of several options the Angels are looking at to fill out the middle relief portion of their bullpen, the Orange County Register reports.
Guerra was a reliable option out of the 'pen for the Angels last season, posting a 3.21 ERA over 53.1 innings. He doesn't project to be much more than a middle relief option due to his lackluster arsenal and strikeout rate (6.08 K/9).
Guerra has given up two earned runs over 6.1 innings in August.
Guerra's ERA now sits at 2.79 along with an impressive 0.85 WHIP. However, even amidst injuries to Anaheim's two closers, it's possible that Guerra won't be given save opportunities in the foreseeable future given that he already has two blown saves on the year.
Guerra has performed well for the Angels in 2016, posting a 2.22 ERA over 24.1 innings. He has not issued a walk over that span.
Guerra has shown strong peripherals in his second taste of major league action, having allowed just just one home run in 16 games while registering a 23 percent hard contact rate. The Angels generally turn to Guerra in mop-up situations or after a starter's early exit, which could limit his fantasy value, but he did pick up a win against the Rays in his last outing. Keep an eye on the 27-year-old to see if he is handed a more prominent role in the bullpen going forward.
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