Ross signed a minor-league contract with the Tigers on Saturday.
Ross hasn't appeared in the minors since 2017, but he'll sign a minor-league deal with Detroit heading into 2021. He could serve as a non-roster invitee this spring, but he's unlikely to be a significant factor in the big leagues during the regular season.
Ross was released by the White Sox on Saturday, James Fegan of The Athletic Chicago reports.
Ross will look to catch on elsewhere after posting an alarming 11.45 ERA in 11 innings out of the bullpen at Triple-A Charlotte. His last big-league action came in 2017 with Boston.
Ross was placed on the minor-league disabled list with an undisclosed injury Friday.
Ross battled both back and elbow injuries in 2017, limiting him to just eight appearances. He joined the White Sox on a minor-league deal in the offseason and was lit up through his first five appearances for Triple-A Charlotte. Through 2.2 innings, he has a 30.38 ERA and a 44 percent walk rate.
Ross was reassigned to minor-league camp Friday.
Ross had been fighting for a spot in the White Sox bullpen after signing a minor-league contract in early March. The 28-year-old lefty battled elbow and back injuries for much of 2017, throwing just nine innings. He has a career 3.92 ERA and could be a factor in Chicago's bullpen at some point later this season once he proves he's healthy.
Ross signed a minor-league deal with the White Sox on Sunday that includes an invitation to spring training.
Ross closed the 2017 season with the Red Sox, but was limited to just eight games due to elbow and back injuries. Now presumably healthy, the 28-year-old will look to get back on track as a left-handed relief option in the Chicago bullpen.
Ross (back) was reinstated from the 60-day DL on Thursday, and chose to hit the open market instead of accepting an outright assignment from the team, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports.
Ross was placed on the disabled list in late May with inflammation in his throwing elbow, and then underwent back surgery in late August that effectively ended his 2017 season. He should be fully recovered by the time spring training rolls around, and will now look to latch on with a different organization within the next few months.
Ross underwent back surgery and is expected to be ready to return during the 2018 season, Tim Britton of The Providence Journal reports.
Already on the 60-day disabled list with elbow woes, Ross will now rehab this additional issue through the winter. The southpaw will finish 2017 with a 7.00 ERA in only nine big-league innings.
Ross (elbow) was transferred to the 60-day disabled list Monday, Jen McCaffrey of MassLive.com reports.
Moving Ross to the 60-day DL creates room on the 40-man roster to accommodate the promotion of Rafael Devers from Triple-A Pawtucket. Ross is without a clear timetable for returning from the elbow injury.
Ross (elbow) has started rehabbing at the Red Sox's spring training facility in Florida, Evan Drellich of CSN New England reports.
Ross has been dealing with elbow inflammation since he was with Boston in May, and he only now seems to be taking the first steps toward a full recovery. The 28-year-old southpaw has allowed seven earned runs through nine innings with the big club this season -- a sharp decline after he'd established himself as a relatively reliable middle-relief arm over the past couple years.
Ross had his minor-league option reversed Thursday, Evan Drellich of CSN New England reports. He has returned to the Red Sox's major-league roster and has been placed on the 10-day disabled list.
It was determined that the lefty's injury was suffered while he was a major-leaguer, so Ross was recalled from Triple-A Pawtucket. He will camp out on the big-league DL while accruing more service time before another decision is made on the frequent shuttle rider.
Ross has been placed on the 7-day minor-league disabled list with inflammation in his throwing elbow, Evan Drellich of CSN New England reports.
The Red Sox expect to learn more about Ross' situation later this week. He had been expected to be Boston's lead left-hander out of the bullpen but has faltered (7.00 ERA, nine innings) in eight appearances and was recently demoted to Triple-A Pawtucket for a second time. According to BrooksBaseball.net, he's experienced a drop in velocity this season, going from 94 mph in 2016 to 92 in 2017 and bottoming out at 91.2 in his final appearance for Boston. Ross has not pitched since his most recent demotion.
Ross was optioned to Triple-A Pawtucket on Friday, Evan Drellich of CSN New England reports.
Ross has struggled a bit since his return to the majors, allowing five runs on eight hits in 4.2 innings pitched. With the Red Sox hoping for more out of their bullpen, Ross' minor-league options and recent performance ultimately spelled his doom. He will likely be back in Boston when the Red Sox need bullpen help again, but for the time being, Noe Ramirez will take his spot on the roster.
The Red Sox recalled Ross from Triple-A Pawtucket on Thursday, Brian MacPherson of the Providence Journal reports.
Ross will take the place of the recently optioned Kyle Kendrick and serve in his normal role as a lefty specialist/depth piece. It'll be tough to find a fantasy league that heavily values the frequent shuttle rider.
Ross is expected to be recalled from Triple-A Pawtucket on Thursday, Ian Browne of MLB.com reports.
Ross will replace Kyle Kendrick on the roster, who was optioned back to Pawtucket after struggling through two starts (12.96 ERA across 8.1 innings) while filling in for the injured Steven Wright (knee). Ross will rejoin the Red Sox's bullpen, where he posted a 4.15 ERA across 4.1 innings earlier in the year. He held a 1.80 ERA across five innings at Triple-A before being recalled.
The Red Sox optioned Ross to Triple-A Pawtucket on Thursday, Tim Britton of the Providence Journal reports.
Ross has allowed two earned runs in 4.1 big-league innings this year, but the left-hander will take another ride on the shuttle to Triple-A. He should be back up at some point later this year.
Ross (illness) was activated from the 10-day disabled list Thursday, Brian MacPherson of the Providence Journal reports.
Ben Taylor was optioned to make room for Ross, who re-emerges on his first eligible day after a rough bout with the flu. He should return to an important role in the middle innings, a welcome sight following Boston's reliever-heavy blowout loss to Baltimore on Wednesday.
Ross (illness) threw a scoreless inning in his first rehabilitation appearance for Triple-A Pawtucket on Wednesday, Julian Benbow of The Boston Globe reports. The left-hander set down the side in order on 10 pitches.
Ross is eligible to come off the disabled list Thursday and that may very well happen after the Red Sox burned through four bullpen members to pitch 7.2 innings in Wednesday's lopsided 12-5 loss to the Orioles.
Ross (influenza) will begin a rehab assignment with Triple-A Pawtucket on Wednesday, Jason Mastrodonato of the Boston Herald reports.
Ross recently came down with a bad case of the flu and was subsequently placed on the 10-day disabled list. He's eligible to come off of the DL on April 13 and will look to throw a few innings with Triple-A Pawtucket before returning to the Red Sox big-league bullpen.
Ross will be placed on the 10-day DL due to influenza, Ryan Hannable of WEEI.com reports.
Ross hasn't appeared all year due to the flu, so his move to the disabled list will be retroactive to April 3, making him available to return April 13 at the earliest. Infielder Devon Marrero was called up to the majors to fill his spot on the 25-man roster while the 27-year-old is on the DL.
Ross is dealing with flu-like symptoms and may not be available for Wednesday's game against the Pirates, Evan Drellich of CSN New England reports.
Mookie Betts and Brock Holt are also battling the same illness, but only Holt was sent home Wednesday. Betts is out of the lineup, however, and though Ross will presumably be in uniform, manager John Farrell likely would prefer not to use the left-hander. If that's indeed the case, Fernando Abad would represent the team's top lefty relief option.
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