Bostick agreed to a minor-league contract with Baltimore on Wednesday, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Bostick will provide additional depth in the corner-outfield and middle-infield spots within the Orioles' system. He spent most of the 2018 season at the Triple-A level, hitting .295/.354/.414 with four home runs and 38 RBI. After being designated for assignment by Pittsburgh in early August, the 25-year-old latched on with Miami and finished the season playing in 15 major-league games. Though a path to playing time isn't exactly blocked in Baltimore, it seems likely that he'll be back at Triple-A next year.
Bostick was outrighted to Triple-A New Orleans on Friday, Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald reports.
Bostick played in 13 games for the Marlins in 2018 after being acquired from Pittsburgh in mid-August. During his brief time in the majors with Miami, he went 3-for-14 with a double and two RBI.
Bostick was recalled from Triple-A New Orleans on Tuesday, Andre Fernandez of the Miami Herald reports.
Bostick has appeared in just four big-league games this season, two with the Pirates and two with the Marlins, going 1-for-3 with a walk and a double. The 25-year-old hit a combined .295/.354/.414 across 97 games in the minors. He'll serve as a depth piece down the stretch.
Bostick was optioned to Triple-A New Orleans on Wednesday, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports.
Bostick appeared in two games for the Marlins off the bench, grabbing a walk and an RBI double in his only plate appearances. He'll head to Triple-A, with Austin Dean heading the other way.
Bostick was recalled from Triple-A New Orleans on Monday, Andre Fernandez of the Miami Herald reports.
Bostick will take the roster spot of Martin Prado (quad), who was sent to the disabled list in a corresponding roster move. The 25-year-old second baseman turned outfielder, who was acquired from the Pirates over the weekend, owns a solid .295/.351/.436 slash line in 78 games at the Triple-A level this season. He'll likely work as a utility player for the Marlins, though he could see some starts, given the lack of talent on the big-league roster.
The Marlins acquired Bostick from the Pirates for cash Sunday, Jon Heyman of FancredSports.com reports.
Bostick was designated for assignment Tuesday by the Pirates just after an uneventful stint in the majors. The 25-year-old had a .295/.351/.436 slash line with Triple-A Indianapolis this season, and should report to Triple-A New Orleans with his new organization.
Bostick was designated for assignment by the Pirates on Tuesday, Bill Brink of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
The Pirates needed to open up a spot on the 40-man for Buddy Boshers, who was claimed off waivers from the Astros on Tuesday, and Bostick was the roster casualty. The 25-year-old hit a respectable .295/.351/.436 across 78 games with Triple-A Indianapolis this season. He'll take a spin through waivers to determine where he lands.
Bostick was optioned to Triple-A Indianapolis on Saturday.
Bostick had been up since Tuesday, appearing twice off the bench and failing to get a hit in two at-bats. He was sent down to make room for the activation of Corey Dickerson (hamstring).
Bostick was called up from Triple-A Indianapolis on Tuesday.
Bostick has the ability to play second base and all around the outfield. He'll likely serve in a utility role in his time with the team. The 25-year-old has hit a solid .295/.351/.436 for Indianapolis so far this season and went 8-for-27 at the big-league level last year.
Bostick (appendectomy) was reinstated from the 7-day disabled list at Triple-A Indianapolis on Saturday.
Bostick was sidelined for just under a month after requiring the emergency appendectomy in late June. The infielder has since appeared in three games for Indianapolis, collecting four hits over 13 at-bats.
Bostick underwent an emergency appendectomy two weeks ago and is expected to be activated from Triple-A Indianapolis' 7-day disabled list before the end of the month, Adam Berry of MLB.com reports.
Bostick was hitting .291/.343/.437 across 285 plate appearances at Indianapolis this season prior to being shut down in late June following the procedure. The 25-year-old possesses a spot on the 40-man roster and could be recalled from Triple-A when rosters expand in September to offer the Pirates another utility option.
The Pirates optioned Bostick to Triple-A Indianapolis on Tuesday.
Bostick was vying for a spot on the Pirates' Opening Day roster as a reserve infielder, but never gained much momentum with those efforts after going 6-for-35 (.171 average) at the dish during Grapefruit League action. The 24-year-old should handle a full-time role at Indianapolis to begin the season and could earn another look with the big club later on in 2018 when injuries hit the infield. His lack of standout tools makes him a rather uninteresting prospect.
Bostick will make his third start at second base in seven games Sunday against Washington.
He'll bat leadoff against lefty Gio Gonzalez. Formerly of the Nationals' organization, Bostick has three hits in seven at-bats as a starter and has shown energy atop the order. He's playing for a backup spot in 2018 after hitting .294/.362/.418 in 549 plate appearances with Triple-A Indianapolis.
Bostick was recalled from Triple-A Indianapolis on Sunday.
Bostick will provide the Pirates with extra infield depth following the placement of Josh Harrison (broken hand) on the DL. The 24-year-old is hitless in for major-league at-bats this season, but sports a .779 OPS at the minor-league level. Both Bostick and Max Moroff should see chances in the infield, though Sean Rodriguez is seemingly the main candidate to pick up reps left behind by Harrison.
Bostick was optioned to Triple-A Indianapolis on Friday.
Bostick was only up with the big-league club for four days, but he managed to log three appearances in that span. He failed to pick up a hit, however, so he'll head back to the minors to build off the solid .842 OPS he posted in 24 games prior to the callup.
Bostick was officially recalled from Triple-A Indianapolis on Monday, Stephen J. Nesbitt of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
As expected, Bostick was added to the Pirates' roster ahead of Monday's series opener against the Dodgers. The 24-year-old was slashing .320/.347/.495 with 11 RBI and three stolen bases at Indy before being promoted to serve as depth for a depleted Pittsburgh roster. Catcher Elias Diaz was optioned to the minors in a corresponding move.
Bostick is expected to be recalled from Triple-A Indianapolis on Monday, Stephen J. Nesbitt of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
This will be Bostick's first sniff of major-league action. The 24-year-old is off to a nice start at Indianapolis, slashing .320/.347/.495 with 11 RBI and three stolen bases. The utility man will provide a much needed boost to the Pirates' bench, which currently has three non-everyday players batting below the Mendoza Line (Alen Hanson, John Jaso and Phil Gosselin). A corresponding roster move should be announced once the move is made official.
Bostick was optioned to Triple-A Indianapolis on Friday, Stephen Nesbitt of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
The 23-year-old was acquired from the Phillies last year after he was designated for assignment. He's hitting well in spring, slashing .304/.467/.478 in 23 at-bats so far, but the Pirates are too deep at second base for Bostick to threaten the lineup, so he'll likely spend the year at Triple-A.
Bostick was traded to the Pirates by the Nationals on Monday.
Bostick was exchanged for minor league catcher Taylor Gushue and cash considerations. The 23-year-old infielder was originally a 44th-round draft pick by the Athletics, but he exceeded expectations by showing an intriguing mix of pop and speed. His numbers dipped a good amount after being called up to Triple-A over the summer, but Bostick's .818 OPS with Double-A Harrisburg shows some promise for the future. Josh Harrison was designated for assignment to make room for Bostick on the 40-man roster.
Bostick was designated for assignment by the Nationals on Sunday, William Ladson of MLB.com reports.
The Nats needed to clear a spot on the 40-man roster after activating Joe Ross from the DL on Sunday. Bostick, who has never appeared in a major-league game, split 2016 between Double-A and Triple-A.
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