Andreoli signed with the Red Sox as a non-roster invitee Friday.
Andreoli appeared in 26 big-league games with the Mariners and Orioles in 2018 but did not play a game at that level last season. In 116 Triple-A games in the Twins' and Mariners' organizations, the 29-year-old hit .255/.389/.449.
The Mariners acquired Andreoli from the Twins on Sunday.
Andreoli was assigned to Triple-A Tacoma and entered the lineup Sunday, going 0-for-3 with a walk and a run scored. The outfielder has now been in the Seattle organization for three separate stints, with his second one coming to an end in January, when he was claimed off waivers by the Rangers. After joining Texas, Andreoli spent time with the Giants and Twins before resurfacing with Seattle.
Andreoli was traded to Minnesota for Michael Reed, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Andreoli is with his fifth organization of the offseason after passing through Baltimore, Seattle, San Francisco and Texas. He'll likely end up adding depth at Triple-A for the Twins.
Andreoli cleared waivers Friday and was invited to spring training as a non-roster invitee, Kerry Crowley of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Andreoli will remain with his fourth organization of the offseason after passing through Baltimore, Seattle and Texas. The 28-year-old didn't do much during his big-league debut in 2018, hitting .230/.284/.262 in 67 plate appearances, but he's posted above-average batting lines at the Triple-A level for four straight seasons. He has a chance to be a competent bench player should a roster spot open up.
Andreoli was designated for assignment by the Giants on Tuesday, Andrew Baggarly of The Athletic reports.
Andreoli lasted less than a week on the Giants' 40-man roster, having been claimed off waivers from Baltimore on Friday. He makes way for Jake Barrett, who was acquired in a trade from Arizona. Andreoli has already spent time with four organizations this offseason (the Orioles, Mariners, Rangers and Giants) and will now hope to be claimed by a fifth team.
Andreoli was claimed by the Giants on Friday, Andrew Baggarly of The Athletic reports.
Andreoli is now on his fourth team of the offseason, having ended last season with the Orioles and since passing through the hands of the Mariners and Rangers prior to Friday's move. The 28-year-old produced a solid .287/.397/401 line in 89 games for Triple-A Tacoma last season but hit just .230/.284/.262 in 67 plate appearances in his first taste of big-league action. Derek Law was designated for assignment in a corresponding move.
Andreoli was designated for assignment by the Rangers on Tuesday.
Andreoli was claimed off waivers by the Rangers in mid-January but will return to the waiver wire as the team needed room on the 40-man roster for the signing of reliever Shawn Kelley. Andreoli split 2018 -- his first season in the majors -- between Baltimore and Seattle, slashing .230/.284/.262 in 67 plate appearances.
Andreoli was claimed off waivers by the Rangers on Tuesday.
Andreoli bounced between Seattle and Baltimore in 2018, making his major-league debut and hitting a combined .230/.284/.262 in 26 games at both stops. He spent most of his time with Triple-A Tacoma, where he slashed .287/.397/.401 with 19 stolen bases in 89 games. The 28-year-old should serve as organizational outfield depth and brings a similar skill-set -- a speedy and defense-first outfielder - as Delino DeShields and Carlos Tocci.
Andreoli was designated for assignment by the Mariners on Thursday.
Andreoli was dropped from the Mariners' 40-man roster in order to free up a spot for Tim Beckham, who was signed to a one-year deal Thursday. The 28-year-old spent time with Baltimore and Seattle in 2018, slashing a combined .230/.284/.262 in 26 games. Andreoli also spent time with the Mariners' Triple-A affiliate (Tacoma), slashing .287/.397/.401 with 19 stolen bases in 89 games.
Andreoli was claimed off waivers by the Mariners on Wednesday.
Andreoli was a member of Seattle's organization for a majority of the 2018 season before being designated for assignment and claimed off waivers by Baltimore in mid-August. Across 26 big-league games between the two clubs this past year, he slashed .230/.284/.262 with two doubles, four RBI and two stolen bases. He will likely begin 2019 at the Triple-A level.
Andreoli is not in the lineup Sunday against the Rays, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Andreoli picked up more playing time after Mark Trumbo (knee) went on the disabled list, but he's done little to nothing with the increased action. The 28-year-old is hitting just .205 while striking out nearly 30 percent of the time since being recalled from the minors in late August. He'll be replaced in left field by Jace Peterson on Sunday.
Andreoli will start in left field and bat sixth Sunday against the Royals.
With Mark Trumbo (knee) on the disabled list and set to undergo season-ending surgery during the upcoming week, Trey Mancini has seemingly stepped in for him as the Orioles' primary designated hitter. That has created an opening in the corner outfield spaces, which look like at least one could be filled by Andreoli on most occasions the rest of the way. Andreoli is making his fourth start in five games -- two apiece against left- and right-handed pitchers -- and could be a name to monitor for those in AL-only formats in need of an outfielder receiving steady at-bats.
Andreoli was called up by the Orioles on Monday.
The 28-year-old got his first taste of the majors earlier this season with the Mariners, grabbing one hit in three games. He was claimed by the Orioles on Saturday and will now head back to the big leagues, taking the roster spot vacated by Mark Trumbo (knee), who hit the disabled list in a corresponding move.
Andreoli is expected to join the Orioles in Toronto on Monday, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Andreoli was originally expected to report to Triple-A Norfolk after being claimed off waivers over the weekend, but an injury to Mark Trumbo (knee) prompted the Orioles to bring him right to the majors. The 28-year-old hit .287/.397/.401 with 19 stolen bases in 89 games for Triple-A Tacoma before being designated for assignment by the Mariners.
Andreoli was picked up by Baltimore on Saturday, Jon Meoli of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Andreoli was designated for assignment by the Mariners on Friday, so it didn't take long for the 28-year-old outfielder to be claimed by another squad. In three games this season for the Marines, Andreoli is 1-for-5 with a walk and two strikeouts.
Andreoli was designated for assignment by the Mariners on Friday, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
Andreoli was sent down to Triple-A Tacoma just after the All-Star break, but will now be removed from the 40-man roster entirely. The 28-year-old has a .287/.397/.401 slash line in 89 games with the Rainiers and will now be subjected to waivers.
Andreoli was optioned to Triple-A Tacoma on Saturday, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
Andreoli returns to the Rainiers for the second time this month as the Mariners activated Felix Hernandez (back) off the 10-day disabled list. The 28-year-old has a .285/.387/.411 slash line with 15 stolen bases in 67 games for Tacoma, and has played in three games across multiple stints in the majors this season.
Andreoli was recalled from Triple-A Tacoma on Friday.
Andreoli has appeared in a pair of games for Seattle this season, going 1-for-5 at the plate. The Mariners will need to send someone down Saturday when Felix Hernandez (back) comes off the disabled list to make his scheduled start, so the outfielder's stay could be a very short one.
Andreoli was optioned to Triple-A Tacoma on Tuesday.
Andreoli's second major-league stint of the season lasted all of three days, and he struck out in his only two plate appearances. He figures to ride the shuttle throughout most of the second half, coming up as needed before settling in for good in September.
Andreoli was recalled from Triple-A Tacoma on Saturday and will bat seventh and play left field against the Rockies, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.
The 28-year-old made his major-league debut for the Mariners in May, appearing in just one game. He'll provide depth across the outfield during his time with the team. Nick Rumbelow was optioned to Tacoma in a corresponding move.
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