Wilson and Luis Cessa were acquired by the Reds from the Yankees on Tuesday in exchange for a player to be named later.
Wilson joined the Yankees on a one-year deal during the offseason, but he was unable to find much consistency in 21 outings with a 7.50 ERA and 1.50 WHIP. The veteran lefty, who hasn't had an ERA over 3.70 since 2016, will attempt to rediscover his old form with a new team.
Wilson allowed five runs on four hits and one walk without retiring a batter in Saturday's loss to the Mets.
The left-hander was called upon in the sixth inning with the Mets ahead by three runs. Wilson couldn't keep the game close, allowing three straight singles followed by a walk and a double before departing with the Yankees down 6-0. Both baserunners he passed on to Michael King soon came around to score, and Wilson was charged with five total runs in the outing. His season ERA jumped to an ugly 8.79 as a result, and he has given up at least one earned run in three of his past four appearances.
Wilson pitched a perfect inning, notching one strikeout Wednesday against the Angels.
Following an extended rain delay, Wilson was brought in to relieve starter Domingo German in the fourth inning. The left-hander made easy work of the three batters he faced, needing only 10 pitches to set the side down in order. Wilson should settle back into the team's bullpen plans moving forward, though he may not receive frequent high-leverage opportunities -- through 16 appearances, he has logged just two holds and one save.
Wilson (hamstring) was reinstated from the 10-day injured list Wednesday.
Wilson made three rehab appearances at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, and he'll be available out of the big-league bullpen Wednesday. The southpaw missed just over a month due to a right hamstring strain, and he posted a 6.08 ERA and 1.43 WHIP in 13.1 innings across 15 appearances prior to his injury.
Wilson (hamstring) is expected to be activated from the 10-day injured list ahead of Tuesday's game against the Angels, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.
Wilson made his third rehab appearance Sunday at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, and he should rejoin the big-league club Tuesday. He's been sidelined since May 28 due to a right hamstring strain after getting off to a shaky start in 2021, accruing a 6.08 ERA and 1.43 WHIP with a 12:6 K:BB across 13.1 innings.
Wilson (hamstring) is expected to make his third minor-league rehab appearance Sunday, Max Goodman of Sports Illustrated reports.
Wilson has done well in two rehab appearances with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre thus far, allowing no hits and one walk while striking out two over two innings. He could be activated by the Yankees early next week if Sunday's outing goes off without a hitch.
The Yankees assigned Wilson (hamstring) to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Tuesday to begin a rehab assignment.
Wilson has been on the shelf since late May with a right hamstring strain, so he'll presumably require at least one or two tune-up outings in the minors before being brought back from the 10-day injured list. Prior to being shut down, Wilson appeared in 15 games out of the Yankees bullpen, giving up nine earned runs on 13 hits and six walks over 13.1 innings.
Wilson (hamstring) could be cleared to pitch in live batting practice or in a minor-league rehab assignment Sunday, MLB.com reports.
Wilson hasn't pitched since the end of May, so he may need to get into a few minor-league games before rejoining the Yankees. He has been throwing bullpen sessions without any reported setbacks, so such an assignment -- or, potentially, a live batting-practice session -- appears to be around the corner. Prior to going on the injured list, Wilson had posted a 6.08 ERA and 1.43 WHIP across 13.1 innings.
Wilson (hamstring) completed a bullpen session Tuesday and is expected to throw another session Friday, Marly Rivera of ESPN.com reports.
Assuming Friday's session goes smoothly, manager Aaron Boone said Wilson could then progress to "a live pitching situation." The veteran lefty landed on the shelf in late May with a strained right hamstring, and it's unclear if he'll require a rehab assignment before being activated.
Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Tuesday that Wilson (hamstring) is responding to treatment and "doing really well," MLB.com reports.
Wilson has been on the injured list since May 29, but he appears to be making progress from the right hamstring issue that Boone said had been nagging the reliever for "a few weeks." It's not yet clear when Wilson could return to the Yankees' bullpen.
Wilson was placed on the 10-day injured list with a right hamstring strain Saturday.
Wilson took the loss in relief against the Tigers on Friday, as he allowed two runs (one earned) on a hit and no walks in two-thirds of an inning. It's not yet clear whether he'll be forced to spend more than the minimum of 10 days on the injured list, while right-handers Albert Abreu and Deivi Garcia were recalled as part of a corresponding move.
Wilson (1-1) allowed two runs (one earned) on one hit across two-thirds of an inning, taking the loss to the Tigers on Friday.
Wilson entered in the bottom of the 10th inning with a 2-1 lead. He retired the first two batters while the runner on second moved to third. However, with the Tigers down to their last out, Robbie Grossman slammed a walk-off home run off Wilson to end the game. The 33-year-old has allowed a home run in back-to-back appearances. He has a 6.08 ERA and a 1.43 WHIP with 12 strikeouts in 13.1 innings.
Wilson (1-0) earned the win over Washington on Saturday, pitching a perfect inning and striking out a pair.
This was a well-deserved win for Wilson, who had to deal with the extra-innings leadoff runner at second base but managed to keep the Nationals off the scoreboard in the 11th frame. The left-hander had allowed a combined five earned runs over his previous three appearances, so Saturday's effort could go a long way toward righting the ship. Wilson has a 6.23 ERA, 1.50 WHIP and 9:5 K:BB across 8.2 innings this season.
Wilson completed one scoreless and hitless inning against the Rays on Saturday, allowing one walk while striking out two.
Wilson missed the start of the campaign due to a shoulder issue and was activated from the injured list Friday. His control was shaky in his season debut -- Wilson threw only 12 of 24 pitches for strikes, allowing one walk and hitting a batter -- but he navigated around the baserunners to emerge unscathed. The southpaw should play an important role in the Yankees' bullpen after securing 10 holds and posting a 3.66 ERA over 23 appearances with the Mets last season.
Wilson (shoulder) was activated from the 10-day injured list Friday.
The veteran southpaw opened the season on the injured list after shoulder tightness cropped up late in camp, but he'll join the team after missing the first week of the campaign. Wilson had a 3.66 ERA, 1.37 WHIP and 23:9 K:BB over 19.2 innings for the Mets last season.
Wilson (shoulder) threw to live hitters Tuesday and is on track to return from the injured list this weekend, Max Goodman of Sports Illustrated reports.
The throwing session went well, according to manager Aaron Boone, increasing the likelihood that the left-hander will return from the IL when eligible this Friday. Wilson has been throwing for over a week after being shut down with shoulder tightness near the end of spring training.
Wilson (shoulder) will be activated prior to next weekend's series against the Rays, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.
Manager Aaron Boone said he liked what he saw in Wilson's live batting practice session Saturday, adding that the veteran southpaw is "pretty much ready to go." Wilson should occupy a low-to-mid leverage role out of New York's bullpen once healthy.
Wilson (shoulder) will open the season on the injured list, Joel Sherman of the New York Post reports.
An MRI last week confirmed that Wilson wasn't dealing with a serious shoulder injury, and he's since resumed throwing. He's in a fine place in his recovery, but the lost buildup time means he won't be quite ready to go by Opening Day. The Yankees can backdate his trip to the injured list, meaning he won't have to miss more than a week to start the season.
Wilson (shoulder) played catch from 90 feet Saturday, Erik Boland of Newsday reports.
Wilson threw for the first time since exiting Monday's game with a trainer, and he reportedly felt great after his throwing session. While it doesn't appear as though Wilson will be ready to pitch in time for Opening Day, the team still hasn't determined whether he'll require time on the injured list to begin the regular season.
Wilson (shoulder) won't throw "for at least a few days," Max Goodman of Sports Illustrated reports.
This likely puts Wilson out of the running for Opening Day, though an official timeline for his return has yet to be announced. The left-hander is nonetheless believed to have avoided serious injury and isn't expected to miss extensive time.
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