Marinez (hamstring) was reinstated from the 10-day disabled list and outrighted to Triple-A Norfolk on Friday.
Marinez was on a rehab assignment at Norfolk and will remain there after clearing waivers. The 30-year-old has a 3.21 ERA and 1.43 WHIP over 47.2 innings with the Tides this season, while he has given up six runs (five earned) across eight innings with the Orioles.
Marinez (hamstring) will continue his rehab with Triple-A Norfolk, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Marinez was with the Orioles over the past two days after making a pair of minor-league rehab appearances, but the team ultimately opted against activating him. He'll likely make a few more appearances in the minors before joining Baltimore when rosters expand in September.
Marinez (hamstring) will begin a rehab assignment Monday with the Orioles' Gulf Coast League affiliate, Jon Meoli of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Marinez has been out since early August with a hamstring strain. Given the relatively short length of the injury, it's likely that his rehab assignment won't be too long, leaving him ready to return sometime in the middle of next week.
Marinez was placed on the 10-day DL on Friday due to a right hamstring strain.
Marinez suffered the injury while warming up for his second inning of relief during Thursday's game. Manager Buck Showalter admitted that Marinez isn't likely going to be ready as soon as he's eligible and that he will require a minor-league rehab stint before returning to Baltimore. In a subsequent move, Evan Phillips was called up from Triple-A Norfolk.
Marinez suffered a hamstring injury while warming up in the fifth inning of Thursday's game against the Rangers, Rich Dubroff of BaltimoreBaseball.com reports.
He gave up two runs on two hits and three walks in the fourth inning and came back out to eat some innings in the fifth inning but was unable to get through his warm-up pitches. For now he should be considered day-to-day, although he could end up on the disabled list.
Marinez left Thursday's game against the Rangers with an undisclosed injury, Rich Dubroff of BaltimoreBaseball.com reports.
He came on in the fourth inning after Andrew Cashner gave up 10 runs in 1.2 innings and was then followed by Donnie Hart who gave up a run in 1.1 innings. Marinez gave up two runs on two hits and three walks while recording three outs before suffering the injury.
Marinez's contract was purchased from Triple-A Norfolk on Tuesday, Rich Dubroff of PressBoxonline.com reports.
Baltimore needed a fresh arm for the bullpen, and it will turn to Marinez. He had a 2.78 ERA, 1.39 WHIP and 46 strikeouts in 45.1 innings at Triple-A, working primarily as a reliever. The Orioles had an open spot on the 40-man roster, so no corresponding move was needed there.
Marinez will attend Baltimore's major-league spring training as a non-roster invitee.
Despite being designated for assignment by the Brewers, Pirates and Rangers during the 2017 season, Marinez pitched 58.1 innings over 43 games and finished the season with a respectable 3.70 ERA. While his 1.54 WHIP and 9.9 percent walk-rate suggests that his control has room for improvement, Marinez could open the year in the big club's bullpen with a productive spring training.
Marinez agreed to a minor-league contract with the Orioles on Tuesday, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Marinez was designated for assignment by each of the three teams he played for last season -- the Brewers, Pirates and Rangers. He ended the 2017 campaign with a 3.70 ERA, 1.54 WHIP and 45:26 K:BB across 58.1 major-league innings. Given his prior big-league experience, the right-handed reliever should compete for a spot in the Orioles' bullpen in spring training.
Marinez was assigned outright to Triple-A Round Rock on Monday.
The right-handed reliever was designated for assignment for a third time this season Friday, but unlike the previous two instances, he went unclaimed off waivers this time around. Marinez, who has compiled a 3.70 ERA and 1.54 WHIP over 58.1 innings in the big leagues this season, will presumably finish out the campaign with Round Rock before hitting free agency this winter.
Marinez was designated for assignment on Friday.
The Rangers needed to clear room on the 40-man roster for some roster additions, and Marinez was a casualty. He has a 3.70 ERA and 45 strikeouts across stops with the Brewers, Pirates and Rangers this season.
Marinez covered 1.1 scoreless innings in Tuesday's 10-1 loss to the Angels, giving up one hit and hitting a batter with a pitch. He also notched a strikeout.
Since joining the Rangers via a waiver claim earlier this month, Marinez has made three appearances, conceding two runs over 5.1 innings. Though injuries to Keone Kela (shoulder) and Matt Bush (knee, concussion) have left the Rangers short on setup arms, it's not expected that Marinez will warrant much consideration for those duties. Instead, it's likely Marinez's usage will be relegated to mostly low-leverage situations, as was the case Tuesday amid the blowout loss.
Marinez was claimed off waivers by the Rangers on Thursday.
Marinez, who was designated for assignment by the Pirates over the weekend, is set to join his third different team in 2017. The right-handed reliever compiled a 3.91 ERA and 40:23 K:BB through 50.2 innings between the Brewers and Pirates this season. He is expected to join the big club ahead of Friday's series opener against the Astros, with a corresponding roster move to be announced then.
Marinez was designated for assignment Saturday.
He has a 3.91 ERA, 1.58 WHIP and 40 strikeouts in 50.2 innings split between the Brewers and Pirates this season. Pittsburgh needed to clear a 40-man roster spot for George Kontos, who was claimed from San Francisco.
Marinez has allowed five runs on 10 hits over hist last five innings pitched.
The 28-year-old has pitched better since joining the Pirates in mid-May, but there's still been plenty of ups and downs. Marinez has made 19 appearances with the Pirates and has a 3.51 ERA and 1.48 WHIP with 19 strikeouts across 25.2 innings. The right-hander has yet to show enough consistency this season to garner much interest in standard formats.
Marinez has pitched 14.1 innings in nine games with a 2.51 ERA and 1.33 WHIP since being claimed off waivers by the Pirates in the middle of May.
Marinez benefited from a change of scenery this season when he went from Milwaukee to Pittsburgh. With the Brewers, he gave up 10 runs in 16.2 innings for an ERA of 5.40 to go along with a WHIP of 2.04. Now for the season as a whole, he has lowered his ERA and WHIP to 4.06 and 1.71.
Marinez threw 2.2 scoreless innings Monday in his debut for the Pirates. He allowed two hits and two walks without striking out a batter.
He loaded the bases in his final inning before Daniel Hudson relieved him and recorded the third out. Marinez offers a sinking fastball, which the organization believes can become an effective weapon. Milwaukee released him recently after he allowed 23 hits and 11 walks in 16.2 innings. He'll likely continue to work in low-leverage spots as the team attempts to turn his season around.
Marinez has been added to the 25-man roster and will be available Saturday against the Phillies.
The 28-year-old will be in uniform Saturday after being claimed off waivers earlier in the week. Marinez was designated for assignment by the Brewers on Monday after a rocky start to the season, but he was a serviceable reliever in 2016 with a 3.18 ERA over 62.1 innings. He figures to slot into a middle-relief role, and his 94 mph fastball could be a valuable weapon in the Pirates bullpen if he improves his location (5.94 BB/9 this season).
Marinez was claimed off waivers by the Pirates on Friday, MLB.com's Adam Berry reports.
After being designated for assignment by Milwaukee earlier in the week, the 28-year-old has found a landing spot in Pittsburgh. He did struggle over his 15 appearances with the Brewers this season, notching a 5.40 ERA and an astronomical 2.04 WHIP in 16.2 innings. That said, Marinez was able to post a much more palatable 3.18 ERA and 1.33 WHIP over 62.1 innings last season, so there's a chance he'll be able to regain his form in Pittsburgh.
Marinez was designated for assignment by the Brewers on Monday.
Marinez was one of the more reliable members of the 2016 Brewers' bullpen, but the same could not be said about his performance this season. In 16.2 innings, the 28-year-old held a 5.40 ERA, a 2.04 WHIP and a 5.9 BB/9. If he goes unclaimed, he will likely head to the Triple-A level to get more work in (albeit in an incredibly hitter-friendly environment) while Brent Suter heads to the big leagues to fill his spot in the bullpen.
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