Vincent signed a minor-league contract with the Rangers on Sunday.
Vincent was released by the Rangers on Saturday after failing to secure a spot on the team's Opening Day roster. However, the two sides were able to reach an agreement on a new minor-league deal just one day later. Vincent should begin the season at Triple-A Round Rock but could join the major-league club at some point in 2021.
Vincent was released by the Rangers on Saturday, but the team hopes to re-sign him to a minor-league deal, Levi Weaver of The Athletic reports.
Vincent failed to win a spot on Texas' Opening Day roster as a non-roster invitee, but the Rangers apparently still want to keep him around. The 34-year-old has recorded an ERA no worse than 4.43 in any of his nine big-league seasons, however, so it's possible he latches on elsewhere on a major-league deal.
Vincent signed a minor-league contract with the Rangers on Wednesday as a non-roster invitee, Jon Morosi of MLB Network reports.
Vincent has appeared in the majors in each of the past nine seasons, and he'll compete for a job in the Rangers' bullpen during spring training in 2021. The 34-year-old's contract was selected by the Marlins in early August 2020, and he recorded three saves for the team with a 4.43 ERA and 1.30 WHIP over 22.1 innings across 21 relief appearances.
Vincent was left off the Marlins' 28-man roster for the team's NL Wild Card Series with the Cubs that begins Wednesday, Mark Feinsand of MLB.com reports.
Vincent will still retain a spot on the Marlins' taxi squad, making him eligible to pitch as soon as the second round of the postseason, should Miami advance past the Cubs. Braxton Garrett was added to the wild-card series roster as a replacement for Vincent.
Vincent did not allow a baserunner in a scoreless 10th inning to earn the save Monday against Atlanta.
Vincent came in to maintain a one-run lead in the 10th inning, after Brandon Kintzler blew a save chance in the ninth frame. He needed only six pitches to do so, getting all three outs on balls in play. Vincent now has three saves on the season, but is most likely to pick up only occasional saves behind Kintzler.
Vincent (1-2) gave up a run on two hits in a loss to the Mets on Wednesday.
The Marlins erased a three-run deficit in the top of the eighth inning, only for Vincent to allow the Mets to retake the lead on Wilson Ramos' RBI single. The 34-year-old righty has a 3.97 ERA and 1.15 WHIP across 11.1 innings this season, while adding a pair of saves. Vincent doesn't typically get much action in high-leverage situations, but he's put together a stable set of performances in 2020.
Vincent hit a batter but pitched a scoreless seventh inning to earn the save in a 3-0 win over the Mets in the second game of Tuesday's doubleheader.
Vincent hit Brandon Nimmo with a pitch, but quickly erased the mistake by getting J.D. Davis to hit into a game-ending double play. The 34-year-old Vincent has picked up two saves in nine appearances this year. He has a 3.48 ERA, 1.06 WHIP and four strikeouts in 10.1 innings. Brandon Kintzler had pitched three innings over the last four days -- when he's unavailable, Vincent seems to be near the top of the list for collecting spot saves.
Vincent gave up one hit over 1.2 scoreless innings Friday, striking out one, to record his first save of the season in a 4-3 win over the Mets.
Brandon Kintzler had worked three straight games coming into Friday and was unavailable, but it's still somewhat surprising that Vincent was the pitcher called upon in his place with the game on the line. It's only the second appearance of the season for the 34-year-old, but it's hard to argue with the results; Vincent has a win and a save in three scoreless innings.
The Marlins selected the contract of Vincent to their big-league roster among their slew of moves before Tuesday's game, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports.
The Marlins had to rebuild a significant portion of their bullpen, but Brandon Kintzler remains active, so he's the best bet to close should a save situation arise. Vincent spent last season split between the Phillies and Giants, where he posted a 4.43 ERA and 1.32 WHIP over 44.2 innings.
Vincent will be added to the Marlins' 30-man roster ahead of Tuesday's game against the Orioles, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports.
Vincent signed a minor-league contract with the Marlins in late June that allowed him to work with the team during camp. After spending the start of the regular season at the alternate training site, Vincent will fill in as a reliever on the major-league roster amid the team's COVID-19 outbreak. The right-hander made 32 appearances (one start) with the Phillies and Giants last season but posted a career-worst 4.43 ERA and 1.32 WHIP over 44.2 innings.
Vincent agreed Monday on a contract with the Marlins that includes a spot on the team's 60-man roster pool, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports.
While Vincent isn't expected to claim a spot on Miami's 40-man roster, his inclusion in the pool will make him eligible to appear in big-league games for the club this season. Vincent, who had previously attended spring training with the Giants before being released this month, submitted a 4.43 ERA and 1.32 WHIP in 44.2 innings between San Francisco and Philadelphia in 2019.
Vincent was released by the Giants on Friday, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Vincent was brought back to San Francisco as a non-roster invitee in January after posting a 4.43 ERA and 1.32 WHIP over 44.2 innings with the Giants and Phillies last season. The right-hander struggled in spring training, giving up seven earned runs over four innings. Given his injury history over the past two seasons, it's unclear whether Vincent will be able to find a spot on an active roster for the 2020 campaign.
Vincent signed with the Giants as a non-roster invitee Friday, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports.
Vincent joined the Giants on a similar deal last offseason. He went on to throw 30.2 innings for San Francisco and another 14.0 with the Phillies, finishing with a respectable 4.43 ERA, a 24.2 percent strikeout rate and a 6.2 percent walk rate.
The Phillies selected Vincent's contract from Triple-A Lehigh Valley on Sunday.
The 33-year-old will give the Phillies another experienced right-handed option out of the bullpen, but his usage will likely be limited to low-leverage spots initially. Before joining the Phillies on a minor-league deal in August, Vincent appeared in 18 games with the Giants at the big-league level, posting a 5.58 ERA and 1.43 WHIP across 30.2 innings.
Vincent (pectoral) was activated from the 60-day injured list and then designated for assignment Sunday, John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Vincent was placed on the injured list at the end of May due to a right pectoral strain, but he managed to complete his rehab stint and has been given the green light to return. However, the Giants don't have room for the right-hander in the bullpen, so he'll head to waivers.
Vincent (pectoral) started a rehab assignment with High-A San Jose on Thursday, Joe Ritzo of the San Jose Giants broadcast booth reports.
Vincent has been on the shelf since May 29 due to a right pectoral strain, but he's finally managed to return to game action. Considering he's already been on the injured list for nearly two months, he'll likely need a lengthy stay in the minors.
Vincent (pectoral) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Friday, Kerry Crowley of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Vincent landed on the 10-day IL in late May with a right pectoral strain and was originally expected to miss 2-to-3 weeks, but he's now looking at a more extended absence. The 32-year-old will be eligible to be activated in late July, though the current progress of his recovery remains unclear.
Vincent was placed on the 10-day injured list Wednesday with a right pectoral strain, Kerry Crowley of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Vincent suffered the injury during Tuesday's game against the Marlins. According to Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle, manager Bruce Bochy said the right-hander will likely be sidelined 2-to-3 weeks as a result. Willams Jerez was recalled from Triple-A Sacramento to take Vincent's spot on the roster and in the bullpen.
Vincent exited Tuesday's game against the Marlins with an apparent neck injury, Kerry Crowley of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
The official cause of his removal has yet to be announced, but Vincent appeared to be motioning to his neck area as he left the field. The 32-year-old should be considered day-to-day until more is known on the injury.
Vincent (0-2) took the loss Tuesday as the Giants were toppled 7-3 by the Blue Jays, giving up three runs on four hits in one inning of work.
The first hit he gave up was launched 438 feet to left-center field by Vlad Guerrero Jr., the rookie's first big-league homer, and things didn't get much better from there for Vincent. He now sports a 3.24 ERA and 25:6 K:BB through 25 innings, but his shaky outing in his first appearance as an opener this season might ensure he returns to a lower-leverage role in middle relief.
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|2012||AA-San Antonio Missions||9.2||9||0||0||1||0||0||15||0||4||1.96||0.435|
|2014||AFA-Lake Elsinore Storm||2.0||2||0||0||0||0||0||1||0||2||0.00||1.000|
|2015||AAA-El Paso Chihuahuas||50.1||40||0||0||5||3||1||68||15||48||3.05||1.258|
|2019||ROK-AZL Giants Black||2.0||2||2||0||0||0||0||3||0||1||0.00||0.500|
|2019||AFA-San Jose Giants||1.2||2||1||0||0||0||0||4||0||3||0.00||2.500|
|2019||AAA-Lehigh Valley IronPi||12.1||10||0||0||0||0||0||13||1||9||1.49||0.826|
|2019||AAA-Sacramento River Cat||4.0||3||0||0||0||0||0||5||0||3||0.00||0.750|