The Giants optioned Jerez to Triple-A Sacramento on Thursday, Amy Gutierrez of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
He'll surrender his spot on the active roster to Tyler Beede, who was recalled from Triple-A ahead of his scheduled start Thursday against the Marlins. Jerez's stay with the big club lasted just one day and didn't include a relief appearance.
Jerez was recalled from Triple-A Sacramento on Wednesday, Kerry Crowley of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Jerez will replace Nick Vincent -- who was placed on the injured list with a pectoral strain -- on the roster and in the bullpen. The 27-year-old Jerez has made one appearance for the big club this season, picking up the win with a scoreless inning of relief (despite two walks) against the Rockies earlier in the month.
Jerez was optioned to Triple-A Sacramento on Wednesday, Kerry Crowley of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Jerez made just one appearance during his brief stint with the Giants, firing a scoreless inning of relief while issuing a pair of walks Tuesday against the Rockies. Derek Holland (finger), who is scheduled to start Wednesday, was activated from the IL in a corresponding move.
The Angels traded Jerez to the Giants on Tuesday in exchange for pitcher Chris Stratton.
Jerez boasts a mid-90s fastball from the left side and has put up some impressive strikeout rates in the minors, but control has been an issue at every stop. Adding starting pitching depth was a major priority for the Angels heading into Opening Day, so the 26-year-old reliever was deemed an expendable piece. He'll likely open the season at Triple-A Sacramento with his new organization but shouldn't have to wait long before getting a look in the big leagues.
Jerez was optioned to Triple-A Salt Lake on Friday.
Jerez threw 15 innings at the major-league level last season, finishing with a 6.00 ERA. He could be an option to return when injuries strike the Angels' bullpen.
Jerez was recalled from Triple-A Salt Lake ahead of Friday's game against the White Sox.
Jerez was sent back to the minors Aug. 28 after struggling out of the bullpen. He's compiled a 6.00 ERA and 1.44 WHIP with eight strikeouts over nine innings with the Angels this season. Jerez figures to handle a low-leverage relief role during the final month of the regular season.
Jerez was optioned to Triple-A Salt Lake on Tuesday, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic Los Angeles reports.
Jerez allowed eight runs (six earned) over his previous three outings (two innings), so he'll head back to the minors to work some things out before potentially returning as a September callup. Taylor Cole was summoned from the minors to take his place in the bullpen.
Jerez was recalled from Triple-A Salt Lake on Tuesday.
The Angels acquired Jerez from the Red Sox last week and he now heads to Los Angeles with starting pitcher Nick Tropeano (shoulder) headed to the disabled list. The 26-year-old left-hander has a 3.62 ERA and 1.39 WHIP with 72 strikeouts over 54.2 innings at the Triple-A level this season.
Jerez and Ty Buttrey were dealt from Boston to Los Angeles on Monday in exchange for Ian Kinsler and cash considerations, Chris Cotillo of MassLive.com reports.
Jerez has yet to make his big-league debut. He made 33 appearances for Triple-A Pawtucket in 2018, posting a 3.68 ERA and 1.39 WHIP with 67 strikeouts over 51 innings of work, so he certainly holds some value as a future reliever. Jerez will likely report to the Angels' minor-league system following the trade.
The Red Sox optioned Jerez to Triple-A Pawtucket on Sunday.
A former hitting prospect, Jerez has slowly moved up the Red Sox's minor-league ranks since converting to relief duty in 2015. Though he didn't distinguish himself enough in camp to earn an Opening Day roster spot with the Red Sox, Jerez's first promotion to the big leagues could come quickly if he's able to impress out of the Pawtucket bullpen.
Jerez was added to the club's 40-man roster Thursday, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports.
Jerez finished the 2017 season in Triple-A Pawtucket after spending most of the year with Double-A Portland. During his brief time at the highest minor-league level, he accumulated a 3.75 ERA and 1.25 WHIP over 12 innings. Looking ahead, Jerez will try to break into the big leagues for the first time in his career come spring.
Jerez was outrighted to Triple-A Pawtucket on Friday, Jason Mastrodonato of the Boston Herald reports.
Jerez was sent off the 40-man roster last week to make room for Mitch Moreland, and he'll now head to the Triple-A affiliate. The lefty has yet to appear above Double-A in his career, as he posted a 4.71 ERA with 65 strikeouts in 65 innings working out of the bullpen at that level last season.
Jerez was designated for assignment by the Red Sox on Thursday.
In an effort to make room on their roster for the newly-signed Mitch Moreland, Boston opted to designate Jerez for assignment. Jerez spent all of 2016 at Double-A Portland, where he threw for a 4.71 ERA and 1.54 WHIP over 40 games (65 innings).
Jerez allowed one run on four hits and two walks while striking out two in 2.2 innings for Double-A Portland on Saturday.
Three of Jerez's four appearances have lasted at least two innings, so the organization is giving the outfielder-turned-pitcher a lot of work to grow accustomed to his new role. He's been touched up a bit, but that can happen when pitching primarily in the northeast region of the country in April. The Red Sox are intrigued by Jerez, but understand he's raw at this point. We expect him to chill (literally) in Portland to hone his repertoire with a possible promotion to Triple-A Pawtucket later in the season, depending on how he develops.
Jerez was assigned to Double-A Portland instead of Triple-A Pawtucket because the left-hander is not yet ready to help the major league roster, the Portland Press Herald reports.
For the Red Sox's organization, a player assigned to Triple-A to start a season is someone that could conceivably be called up to help Boston if a need should arise. Jerez, a converted outfielder, has had one full season as a reliever, only half of which was spent with Portland. While he's shown some promise -- Jerez was added to the 40-man roster in the offseason -- the organization feels more experience is needed before he can make an impact at the major league level.
Jerez was optioned to Double-A Portland on Tuesday, CSNNE's Sean McAdam reports.
The 23-year-old lefty reliever logged 37 innings at Double-A last year, and will head back to the Eastern League to continue honing his craft. As a member of the Red Sox's 40-man roster, it would not be surprising if the converted outfielder sniffed the big leagues in the second half of 2016.
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