The Angels optioned Peters to Triple-A Salt Lake on Sunday.
Peters worked as the primary pitcher in Saturday's 12-3 win over the Mariners and limited the opposition to three runs on seven hits and no walks over 5.2 innings. Despite his solid showing, Peters won't stick around with the big club since the Angels will get by with a four-man rotation during the upcoming week due to Wednesday's off day.
Peters (1-0) earned the win Saturday, allowing three runs on seven hits and striking out four over 5.2 innings in a 12-3 win over the Mariners.
Peters took the mound in place of Noe Ramirez in the second inning and received plenty of run support from the Angels' bats. The solid performance gives Peters a 4.15 ERA and 1.50 WHIP over 8.2 innings this season. The 26-year-old is most likely to work out of the bullpen while in the majors.
Peters won't start Saturday's game against Seattle as previously reported but will instead follow opener Noe Ramirez, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.
The decision is a marginal boost to Peters' fantasy value for the night, as he'll avoid the toughest part of the Mariners' order at least once and will be eligible for a win even if he doesn't last five innings. Expectations should still be modest for the 26-year-old, who owns a career 5.95 ERA and a 48:37 K:BB in 62 major-league innings.
Peters was called up from Triple-A Salt Lake to start Saturday's game versus the Mariners, Maria Torres of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Peters has made three appearances out of the bullpen for the Angels this season, but Saturday's spot start will be his first of the season. The 26-year-old has eight starts with Salt Lake and has a 4.58 ERA, 1.38 WHIP and 39:10 K:BB through 39.1 innings.
Peters will be recalled from Triple-A Salt Lake ahead of Saturday's game against the Mariners and could make a spot start, J.P. Hoornstra of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.
The Angels have yet to decide whether Peters will start or if he'll come on in relief following an opener, but he's definitely in the pitching plans. Los Angeles will make the roster move official closer to first pitch.
Peters was optioned to Triple-A Salt Lake on Saturday
Peters was called up from Salt Lake on Tuesday and allowed one run on three hits and three walks over three innings during his brief major-league stint. The 26-year-old was demoted to make room on the 25-man roster for right-hander Luke Bard.
Peters has been recalled from Triple-A Salt Lake ahead of Tuesday's game against Texas, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.
Peters started one game for the Bees prior to being promoted, tossing 5.1 scoreless frames while striking out one and walking one. Despite serving as a starter in the minor leagues, he'll be used in a bullpen role with the Angels.
Peters was optioned to Triple-A Salt Lake on Saturday.
Peters was never more than a long shot at best to break camp in the Angels' rotation. Even with Andrew Heaney's availability now in doubt due to elbow irritation, Peters is no longer involved in the competition. It may take an injury or two more for him to get his chance.
Peters is scheduled to start Saturday's Cactus League opener against the Giants, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports.
Peters, who was claimed off waivers by the Angels earlier in the offseason, will open up spring action for his new team. The southpaw is expected to serve as rotation depth in 2019 after struggling across seven appearances (five starts) for the Marlins in 2018 (7.16 ERA and 17:15 K:BB in 27.2 innings).
The Marlins will trade Peters to the Angles in exchange for Tyler Stevens, Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register reports.
Peters was designated for assignment by Miami earlier this week as part of the Rule 5 roster crunch. He is expected to serve as rotation depth for Los Angeles and will likely ride the shuttle back and forth as needed since he's got minor-league options remaining. Across seven game (five starts) for the Marlins in 2018, he logged a 7.16 ERA and 1.77 WHIP with a 17:15 K:BB in 27.2 innings.
Peters was designated for assignment Tuesday, Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald reports.
Peters was booted from the 40-man roster to make room for a prospect ahead of the Rule 5 draft deadline. He appeared in seven games (five starts) for the Marlins a season ago, struggling to a 7.16 ERA with 17 strikeouts across 27.2 frames.
Peters was sent down to Triple-A New Orleans on Friday, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports.
Peters will make room for Garrett Cooper (wrist), who was reinstated from the disabled list in a corresponding move. Through seven appearances (five starts) with the Marlins this year, Peters has logged a 7.16 ERA and 1.77 WHIP.
The Marlins recalled Peters from Triple-A New Orleans on Wednesday, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports.
Peters will offer the Marlins some much-needed length out of the bullpen after seven relievers were used in Tuesday's 9-6 loss in 16 innings. The lefty opened the season in the Miami rotation before losing his spot in early May after giving up 16 runs and posting a 16:13 K:BB in 24.2 innings over his five starts.
Peters was optioned to Triple-A New Orleans on Monday, Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald reports.
Peters was sent back to the minors in order to open up a spot on the roster for Odrisamer Despaigne, who was reinstated from the disabled list in a corresponding move. The 25-year-old southpaw didn't make an appearance during his brief stint with the Marlins. He'll rejoin the Baby Cakes' rotation, where he'll serve as organizational pitching depth.
The Marlins recalled Peters from Triple-A New Orleans on Friday, Matthew DeFranks of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
Peters was optioned to Triple-A in early May after posting a 6.31 ERA and 1.64 WHIP over 25.2 innings for the Marlins. The 25-year-old began the season in the starting rotation but is likely slated for a long-relief bullpen role this time around.
The Marlins optioned Peters to Triple-A New Orleans on Thursday, MLB.com reports.
After losing his rotation spot Monday following Dan Straily's (forearm) activation from the 10-day disabled list, Peters briefly transitioned to a long-relief role, giving up two runs on three hits over one inning in his first appearance out of the bullpen Wednesday against the Phillies. Given that the Marlins still view the lefty as a starter over the long haul, he was never expected to stick around in a bullpen role for an extended period, so his assignment to New Orleans isn't a surprise. Peters will work out of the rotation for the Baby Cakes after skipping the Triple-A level entirely while making the jump from Double-A Jacksonville to the majors last September.
Peters will remain in the majors as a long-relief option for now, Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald reports.
There was an expectation that Peters would be sent back to the minors as a corresponding move to Dan Straily's activation from the disabled list, though the Marlins opted to make a different move. Despite this, manager Don Mattingly reiterated that the Marlins prefer the southpaw in a starting role, so he'll likely find his way back in Triple-A soon if a big-league rotation spot doesn't open up. In five starts for Miami this season, Peters has a 5.84 ERA and a 1.58 WHIP.
Peters is expected to be optioned to Triple-A New Orleans shortly after Dan Straily (forearm) is activated from the 10-day disabled list to make his season debut Monday against the Phillies, Craig Davis of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
Peters turned in a serviceable start his last time out April 24 against the Dodgers, holding the opposition to one run on four hits and two walks over 5.1 innings, but it won't overshadow what has been a largely uninspiring body of work this season. Over his five starts, Peters has posted a 5.84 ERA, 1.58 WHIP and 16:13 K:BB in 24.2 innings, numbers that don't offer much confidence in his ability to consistently deliver quality outings. Though he could be available in long relief for the Marlins over the next few days if he isn't optioned Monday, Peters seems likely to continue his development as a starter once he reports to New Orleans, where he'll be joined in the rotation by Trevor Richards, who also lost a starting role with the big club following Wei-Yin Chen's activation from the DL.
Peters allowed one run on four hits in a no-decision against the Dodgers on Tuesday, recording four strikeouts and two walks in 5.1 innings.
The only run Peters allowed was on an RBI double by Austin Barnes in the second. It was altogether an encouraging outing, but the Marlins couldn't get much going offensively until late in the game. The left-hander is sporting a 5.84 ERA and 1.58 WHIP to go along with a 16:13 K:BB through 24.2 innings. Peters is slated to take on the Phillies at home for his next start, but may be bumped due to the projected return of Wei-Yin Chen.
Peters (2-2) was tagged with the loss in Miami's 12-3 defeat to Milwaukee on Thursday, giving up four earned runs on three hits in 4.2 innings, with five walks and four strikeouts.
After a strong showing against the Pirates in his last start, Peters struggled with his control in this loss to the Brewers - the second time in four starts this year he's failed to record more strikeouts than walks. He does have two quality starts to his name in his other two outings, but the inconsistent command he's demonstrated to this point make him a risky streaming option, especially on the road.
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