Marshall (3-0) earned the win Tuesday, working around one hit in two-thirds of an inning against the Cubs.
Marshall was the pitcher of record when Eloy Jimenez dropped a two-run, ninth-inning home run to give the White Sox the win. Marshall, who has not allowed an earned run and walked just three in 17 innings, has been the winner in three straight appearances. He and Aaron Bummer have emerged as the White Sox's bridge relievers to closer Alex Colome.
Marshall (2-0) picked up the win Thursday against the Yankees by tossing a scoreless inning with one hit and two strikeouts.
Marshall came in to pitch the seventh inning and allowed a single to Mike Tauchman. Otherwise, the 29-year-old struck out Clint Frazier and Aaron Hicks while Leury Garcia launched a go-ahead homer in the eighth to hand Marshall his second win of the year. Through 16 games, Marshall owns a perfect 0.00 ERA with a 0.73 WHIP and 11:3 K:BB.
Marshall allowed a hit and struck out one in a scoreless two-thirds of an inning in Friday's 6-4 loss to the Royals.
Marshall has not allowed a run in 13 innings since his contract was purchased from Triple-A Charlotte. That's on top of the 10 scoreless innings he authored for the Knights in the Triple-A International League. The 29-year-old right-hander told Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times, "I'm throwing the ball better now than I ever have, with a sense of [throwing] to the glove, with a purpose, and a step-by-step working through at-bats. Not just throwing, but thinking my way through." His success prompted manager Rick Renteria to bring Marshall into a tense spot Friday -- the sixth inning with the bases loaded and one out in a tied game -- but he permitted a two-run single (runs that were charged to starter Ivan Nova). Marshall could move to more high-leverage work, ahead of Jace Fry (5.79 ERA) and Kelvin Herrera (7.04), the relievers who opened the year as Chicago's setup crew.
Marshall's contract was purchased by the White Sox on Wednesday.
Marshall has thrown 92.2 major-league innings over parts of five seasons, posting a 5.15 ERA but a considerably better 4.00 FIP. Neither his 19.5 percent strikeout rate nor his 9.2 percent walk rate is particularly good, but he does generate groundballs at a high rate (55.9 percent). Thyago Vieira was optioned to Triple-A Charlotte in a corresponding move.
Marshall agreed to a minor-league contract with the White Sox on Friday, Paul Hoynes of Cleveland.com reports.
Marshall will provide added depth to Chicago's bullpen, though he'll have to show some improvement during spring training to warrant a spot on the Opening Day roster. He only appeared in 10 games for the Indians last year, posting a disastrous 7.71 ERA. He fared much better at the Triple-A level, logging a 1.13 ERA and 0.88 WHIP with 21 strikeouts across 24 innings.
The Indians outrighted Marshall to Triple-A Columbus on Tuesday.
Marshall will remain in the Cleveland organization after none of MLB's other 29 clubs put in a waiver claim for the reliever after he was designated for assignment over the weekend. Over his 10 appearances in the big leagues this season, Marshall surrendered six runs on 12 hits and four walks across seven innings.
Marshall was designated for assignment by the Indians on Saturday.
Marshall allowed six runs on 12 hits over seven innings with the Indians, though he dominated for Triple-A Columbus this year, recording a 1.13 ERA and 0.88 WHIP. Reliever Jon Edwards had his contract purchased from Columbus in a corresponding move.
Marshall (elbow) was activated from the 10-day disabled list and optioned to Triple-A Columbus on Wednesday.
Marshall is set to rejoin the Clippers after missing the last six weeks with right elbow soreness. The 28-year-old fired three scoreless innings in three minor-league rehab appearances before being activated. Marshall will be an option to rejoin the big-league bullpen once he gets comfortable in the minors.
Marshall (elbow) is set to embark on a minor-league rehab stint with Triple-A Columbus on Friday, Jordan Bastian of MLB.com reports.
Marshall has been on the disabled list since June 19 with right elbow soreness, but he's finally returning to game action. It's currently uncertain how many appearances the Indians want Marshall to make before activating him from the DL. He hasn't offered much help out of the bullpen in 2018, as he owns a 7.71 ERA and 2.29 WHIP with nine strikeouts over seven innings.
Marshall (elbow) was placed on the 10-day disabled list Tuesday.
Marshall was lifted from Monday's game against the White Sox with right elbow inflammation after recording just one out. The severity of the issue remains unclear, but it will keep Marshall sidelined for at least the next 10 days. According to Jordan Bastian of MLB.com, he'll undergo an MRI on Wednesday. George Kontos was recalled from Triple-A Columbus in a corresponding roster move and will take Marshall's place in the bullpen.
Marshall left Monday's matchup against the White Sox due to right elbow soreness, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports.
Marshall managed to record just one out in the seventh inning after surrendering a run on two hits while striking out one. He appears to have avoided a significant injury, although he'll likely be reevaluated Tuesday to determine his status moving forward.
The Indians recalled Marshall from Triple-A Columbus on Sunday, Tom Withers of the Associated Press reports.
He'll assume the active roster spot of Tyler Olson, who was placed on the 10-day disabled list with a left lat strain. Marshall has previously made nine appearances out of the Cleveland bullpen this season, giving up five runs over 6.2 innings.
Marshall was optioned to Triple-A Columbus on Monday.
With catcher Roberto Perez out with a bruised hand, the Indians called up Francisco Mejia, optioning Marshall to make room on the active roster. Marshall has a 6.75 ERA through 6.2 big-league innings so far this season.
Marshall was recalled by the Indians on Saturday, Jordan Bastian of MLB.com reports.
Marshall was sent down less than a week ago but will return to replace Andrew Miller (knee) on the roster. The 28-year-old has been pitching well with Triple-A Columbus this year (0.77 ERA, 1.11 WHIP), and that lends some hope to the idea that he can post better numbers than he did during his last major-league stint.
Marshall was sent to Triple-A Columbus on Sunday, Paul Hoynes of Cleveland.com reports.
Marshall will be sent down to Triple-A Columbus after the Indians decided to call up Melky Cabrera. He appeared in four games since joining the big-league club May 3, accruing a 6.75 ERA across 2.2 innings out of the bullpen.
Marshall was called up by the Indians on Thursday and he will be available for Game 2 of their doubleheader against the Blue Jays, Jordan Bastian of MLB.com
Marshall adds a much-needed bullpen arm after the Indians dropped a taxing Game 1 that went well into extra innings. The Indians placed Nick Goody on the disabled list and transferred Danny Salazar to the 60-day DL to clear roster spots for Marshall.
Marshall is inactive for Triple-A Columbus due to personal reasons.
It's unclear what the issue is, so it's hard to estimate how long he'll be out of action. In eight appearances for the Clippers this season, Marshall allowed just one run in 10.2 innings while producing an 8:1 K:BB.
Marshall was informed he will not be on the Indians' Opening Day roster, Ryan Lewis of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
The 27-year-old inked a minor-league deal with Cleveland back in November, but his 2.25 ERA in seven appearances this spring wasn't good enough to make the team. Marshall will remain in big-league camp for the time being, but then he'll likely report to Triple-A Columbus.
Marshall (hamstring) was reinstated from the 60-day disabled list Wednesday and outrighted to Triple-A Tacoma, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.
Marshall appeared in six games for the Mariners this season before being shut down in May with the hamstring injury, posting a dismal 9.39 ERA and 2.22 WHIP over 7.2 innings. The 27-year-old apparently wasn't enticing to other teams as a potential waiver claim, so he'll stick in the organization and report back to Tacoma without a 40-man roster designation.
Marshall (hamstring) moved his rehab to Double-A Arkansas on Thursday, giving up three runs on four hits and one walk in two-thirds of an inning.
The Mariners had Marshall shift his assignment to Double-A level after tossing a clean inning for the Mariners' Rookie-level Arizona League affiliate July 23, but he was unable to replicate those results. The 27-year-old has been sidelined since early May with a hamstring issue and will likely require several appearances in the minors before the Mariners feel comfortable bringing him off the 60-day disabled list, likely at some point in August.
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