Haley joined the Samsung Lions of the KBO on Monday, Dan Kurtz of MyKBO.net reports.
Haley has thrown 25.2 big-league innings over two years, including 7.2 with the Red Sox in 2018. The reliever has a career 5.61 ERA and a 12.1 percent strikeout rate.
Haley was sent outright to Triple-A Pawtucket on Thursday.
Haley will remain in Boston's organization after passing through waivers untouched. The move frees up roster space for prospects who need to be protected from the upcoming Rule 5 draft. Haley spent the majority of the 2018 season with Triple-A Pawtucket, posting a 3.80 ERA, 1.38 WHIP and 107:33 K:BB across 22 starts (113.2 innings) with the PawSox. He also made four relief appearances for the big club, notching a 4.70 ERA, 1.70 WHIP and 0:3 K:BB across 7.2 innings.
Haley was sent down to Triple-A Pawtucket on Monday, Chris Cotillo of MassLive.com reports.
Haley has appeared in a total of four games for the Red Sox this year, including three in the past week after coming up from Pawtucket on Tuesday. Across 5.2 innings against the Yankees and Angels in recent days, he posted a 6.35 ERA and 1.76 WHIP. The reliever will continue to serve as depth at the minor-league level.
Haley was recalled from Triple-A Pawtucket on Tuesday.
Haley is up to replace the injured Steven Wright, who hit the disabled list with left knee inflammation. Though he's been purely a starter for Pawtucket this season, posting a 3.06 ERA in 12 starts, Haley is not expected to take Wright's spot in the rotation, with Brian Johnson emerging as the more likely candidate.
Haley was optioned to Triple-A Pawtucket on Tuesday, Alex Speier of The Boston Globe reports.
Haley made just one appearance during his 10-day stay with the Red Sox, tossing a pair of scoreless innings in a 5-1 win over the Orioles. He compiled a 3.18 ERA across 11 starts with Pawtucket and will continue to work as a starter now that he's back in the minors. Robby Scott was recalled from Triple-A in a corresponding roster move.
The Red Sox selected Haley's contract on Friday, Alex Speier of The Boston Globe reports.
Jalen Beeks was optioned to Triple-A Pawtucket following Thursday's spot start, clearing the way for Haley to join the Red Sox's bullpen as a long reliever. The 26-year-old has a 3.18 ERA and 1.36 WHIP with 52 strikeouts over 56.2 innings for Pawtucket this season.
Haley (shoulder) allowed one run on four hits and a walk while striking out three in six innings of work for Triple-A Pawtucket on Sunday.
This was Haley's first appearance since being returned to the Red Sox organization and activated from the disabled list. The 26-year-old struggled in his first taste of the majors, amassing a 6.00 ERA and a 1.56 WHIP in 18 innings out of Minnesota's bullpen, but he'll likely continue to develop as a starter now that he's back in the fold for the Red Sox.
Haley was returned to the Red Sox by Minnesota on Monday, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports.
Haley was selected by the Twins in the Rule 5 Draft, but he'll return to his former club after being cast off the Twins' active roster thanks to his 6.00 ERA over 18 innings this season. He'll report to Triple-A Pawtucket with the Red Sox.
Manager Paul Molitor said that Haley (shoulder) will likely pitch in long relief when he's activated from the disabled list, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Haley's rehab assignment must end by Tuesday at the latest, and given that there's no opening in the rotation at this time, the Twins appear to be content on leaving him in the bullpen for now. That said, given how much the Twins considered moving him into the rotation up to this point, he seems like a logical candidate for spot starts down the road in case another starter gets hurt.
Twins manager Paul Molitor said that Haley (shoulder) could be considered for a rotation spot once he's activated from the 10-day disabled list, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Haley tossed five scoreless innings in his most recent rehab outing with Triple-A Rochester, adding credence to the notion that the Twins want the rookie to build up his arm for a potential starting role in the second half. Since the Twins are still vying for a playoff spot and Haley, a Rule 5 pick, lacks prior starting experience in the big leagues, it seems more likely the organization will try its luck with more battled-tested veterans like Bartolo Colon or Dillon Gee before giving the 26-year-old a trial in the rotation. Haley could still offer value to the Twins as a long man out of the bullpen.
Haley (shoulder) is set to make another rehab start with Triple-A Rochester on Friday, Mike Berardino of the Pioneer Press reports.
Haley continues to work his way back from right shoulder soreness, and will head to the mound for his third rehab outing during Friday's game. The right-hander looked solid during his latest appearance this past Sunday, going four innings while only giving up one earned run. This could mark his last outing at the minor-league level before returning to Minnesota if all goes well.
Haley (shoulder) is scheduled to start a rehab game with Triple-A Rochester on Sunday.
Haley has been on the disabled list with right shoulder soreness since May 28 but has recently been able to begin competing in minor-league rehab action. It appears that he's on track to return from the disabled list following the major-league All-Star break.
Haley (shoulder) is scheduled to move his minor-league rehab assignment to Triple-A Rochester on Tuesday, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Haley tossed three scoreless innings between the Florida State League and the Gulf Coast League over the past week, clearing the way for him to move up the ladder. The 26-year-old has been sidelined for more than a month, but appears to be getting close to rejoining the Twins.
Haley (shoulder) is scheduled to face live hitters Friday for the first time since landing on the DL, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Haley was able to get through a couple bullpen sessions over the last week without any issues, clearing the way for him to throw a live batting practice session. If all goes well, the 26-year-old will likely head out on a rehab assignment shortly after.
Haley (shoulder) threw a bullpen session Friday and is scheduled to throw another Tuesday, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Haley continues to progress without issue, and if he emerges from Tuesday's bullpen session unscathed, a rehab assignment may not be too far behind. The 26-year-old's early results with the Twins weren't very promising, but he could still find a spot in the bullpen when healthy. Even if he does, he's unlikely to find himself in many high-leverage situations and remains off the fantasy radar.
Haley (shoulder) threw long toss Tuesday, Brandon Warne of ZoneCoverage.com reports.
The next step is for Haley to throw a bullpen session Friday. If all goes well on that front, he could embark on a rehab assignment shortly thereafter, although it's unclear how long said stint will be.
Haley (shoulder) began a throwing program Wednesday, Phil Miller of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Haley is back to throwing after receiving a cortisone shot in his shoulder Friday. He'll likely need a brief rehab stint before he returns to the Twins' bullpen, so his timetable should be updated once his rehab assignment is set.
Haley (shoulder) received a cortisone shot Friday as part of his rehab, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports.
Haley only made five appearances since returning from biceps tendinitis when he was sidelined by a sore right shoulder. He will continue to progress through the normal recovery process before returning to the Twins' bullpen, where he has allowed 12 earned runs over 18 innings this season.
Haley was placed on the 10-day disabled list with right shoulder soreness.
Haley spent two weeks on the DL in late April with biceps tendinitis, but this appears to be a new ailment. He'd given up six runs in five innings in May.
Haley (biceps) was activated from the disabled list Sunday, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Haley made the Opening Day roster and proceeded to allow six earned runs over 13 innings before hitting the DL in late April with biceps tendinitis. The right-hander will return to middle relief, taking the roster spot of Michael Tonkin, who was designated for assignment Saturday.
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|Last 7 Games|
|Complete Game Log|
|Minor League Pitching Stats|
|2014||AFA-Salem Red Sox||92.2||19||11||1||7||4||1||74||23||77||2.83||1.085|
|2014||AA-Portland Sea Dogs||37.2||6||6||0||3||2||0||33||16||30||1.21||1.237|
|2015||AA-Portland Sea Dogs||124.0||27||27||0||5||16||0||95||50||142||5.15||1.548|
|2016||AAA-Pawtucket Red Sox||85.1||15||14||1||8||6||0||67||26||70||3.60||1.128|
|2016||AA-Portland Sea Dogs||61.1||12||12||1||5||4||0||59||19||49||2.21||1.113|
|2017||AFA-Fort Myers Miracle||2.0||1||1||0||0||0||0||2||1||1||0.00||1.000|
|2017||AAA-Pawtucket Red Sox||44.0||7||7||1||1||2||0||35||7||35||2.66||0.955|
|2017||AAA-Rochester Red Wings||17.1||5||4||0||1||0||0||11||3||17||3.68||1.170|