Fry owns an unimpressive 5.75 ERA and 1.48 WHIP through 12 combined relief appearances this season with Triple-A Tacoma and Norfolk.
The southpaw began the season with the Triple-A Tacoma, but made just one appearance before being designated for assignment by the Mariners. Fry was signed and recalled by the Orioles in late April, but never toed the rubber in his two days with the club. The 24-year-old's minor-league numbers are a bit misleading. He's had three rough outings that have account for 11 of his 13 runs allowed. Regardless, Fry's inconsistency hasn't helped his chances of being recalled any time soon.
Fry was optioned back to Triple-A Norfolk, Eduardo Encina of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Fry was sent back to Norfolk before making an appearance with the Orioles. A corresponding move hasn't been announced, though Joey Rickard (finger) could possibly be activated from the DL if his minor-league rehab double-header went off without a hitch Wednesday. Fry should slot back in to Norfolk's bullpen upon his arrival, and could eventually be recalled should the Orioles need another reliever.
Fry was recalled from Triple-A Norfolk on Tuesday.
Fry has pitched 2.2 shutout innings at Norfolk this season, during which he's struck out four batters. Fry's usage with the big club will likely be limited, as he figures to slot in at the back of the Orioles' bullpen. In a corresponding move, Stefan Crichton was optioned to Norfolk.
Three days after being designated for assignment by Seattle, Fry has a new home in the Orioles' organization. He will go on the 40-man roster, but it's uncertain if Baltimore has any plans to use him at the major-league level in the near future. While the lefty struggled in his first appearance of the season, he posted a 2.78 ERA and 10.6 K/9 over 55 innings at Triple-A Tacoma last year.
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