The Rangers released Gardewine on Monday, Evan Grant of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Of the 37 players on minor-league contracts cut loose by Texas, Gardewine was one of only a few names with big-league service time. He made 15 appearances out of the Rangers bullpen between the 2017 and 2018 season, logging a 4.85 ERA and 1.85 WHIP in 13 frames.
Gardewine (undisclosed) returned to the Rangers on a two-year minor-league contract Wednesday.
Gardewine had been on the 7-day injured list with the Rangers before being designated for assignment and subsequently released. He's apparently found a new arrangement with the team, though it remains to be seen when he's ready to pitch again.
Gardewine (undisclosed) was placed on unconditional release waivers Thursday, Evan Grant of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Gardewine was designated for assignment Saturday, and his time with Texas has come to an end after he failed to draw interest while on the waiver wire. He struck out eight over 4.1 scoreless innings this season with Triple-A Nashville prior to his release.
Gardewine (undisclosed) was designated for assignment Saturday.
Gardewine made just four appearances for Triple-A Nashville this season before landing on the 7-day injured list with an undisclosed injury. He'll make way on the 40-man roster for Peter Fairbanks, whose contract was purchased in a corresponding move.
Gardewine was optioned to Triple-A Nashville on Tuesday.
Gardewine threw just five big-league innings last season before being shut down with a forearm strain in mid-May. He could be one of the team's first options should a major-league reliever get injured.
Gardewine (forearm) was recalled from Triple-A Round Rock and placed on the Rangers' 60-day disabled list Saturday, Jeff Wilson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
Gardewine has been on the minor-league DL with a forearm strain since mid-May, but the Rangers needed to clear room on the 40-man roster, spurring the move. There remains no official timetable for the 25-year-old's return.
Gardewine was placed on the minor-league 7-day disabled list at Triple-A Round Rock with tightness in his right forearm, Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News reports.
Gardewine, who has been up and down twice between Round Rock and Arlington, has been very hittable in the minors. He's allowed 11 runs (10 earned) on 15 hits and seven walks over 12.1 innings for the Express.
Gardewine was sent down to Triple-A Round Rock prior to Thursday's game against Boston.
In a corresponding move, the club recalled Yohander Mendez from Triple-A. Gardewine only spent one game up in the majors with Texas, tossing two scoreless innings in Cleveland on Wednesday. He will be utilized as organizational bullpen depth for the foreseeable future.
Gardewine was called up from Triple-A Round Rock on Wednesday, Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News reports.
Gardewine will take the place of Chris Martin, who was placed on the 10-day DL due to a forearm injury. In two appearances with the Rangers during the first week of the season, Gardewine allowed two earned runs off five hits while striking out three over three innings of relief. He will settle into a low-leverage role while with the big-league club.
Gardewire was optioned back to Triple-A Round Rock after Sunday's game, Gerry Fraley of the Dallas Morning News reports.
Gardewire was called up after Delino DeShields (hand) was placed on the disabled list Saturday and gave Texas an extra bullpen arm. He appeared in two games over the weekend, giving up a run in each while getting tagged for five hits over three innings. His demotion opens up a spot for Bartolo Colon, who will be called up from Triple-A Round Rock to start Monday against Oakland.
Gardewine was recalled from Triple-A Round Rock on Saturday.
The Rangers had an open spot on their active roster with Delino DeShields (hand) landing on the DL, so Gardewine will join the team to serve as bullpen depth for Saturday's matchup with the Astros. The 24-year-old made his big-league debut in 2017, posting a 5.63 ERA and 3:7 K:BB across eight innings.
Gardewine was optioned to Triple-A Round Rock on Friday.
Gardewine reached the majors for the first time in 2017, posting a 5.63 ERA and a 3:7 K:BB ratio in eight innings. He recorded a 2.21 ERA in 36.2 innings of relief at Double-A Frisco last year. If he maintains that level of performance for Round Rock, he could push for a call-up to the big-league bullpen later this season.
Gardewine recorded one out and was charged with two runs on one hit and one walk in Thursday's 10-4 loss to the Mariners.
Since being recalled from Double-A Frisco on Sept. 3, Gardewine has surprisingly been one of the higher-usage relievers for the Rangers, making six appearances in less than two weeks. He hasn't picked up holds in any of those contests and sports a 6.23 ERA and 1.62 WHIP over that span, however, so it's not expected that he'll settle into a high-leverage role out of the bullpen anytime soon.
The Rangers recalled Gardewine from Double-A Frisco on Sunday.
Since Gardewine had been optioned to Frisco on Aug. 25 and wouldn't be eligible to return to the big club until 10 days after the fact under normal circumstances, the Rangers were able to speed up his arrival by placing Adrian Beltre (hamstring) on the 10-day disabled list in a corresponding move. Gardewine, who gave up three unearned runs while recording two outs in his MLB debut Aug. 22, is expected to pitch mostly in lower-leverage scenarios throughout the final month of the regular season.
Gardewine was sent down to Triple-A Round Rock on Friday.
Gardewine spent just a few days with the big-league team, pitching against the Angels on Tuesday during his lone appearance out of the bullpen. He gave up three runs (zero earned) off three hits and a walk while recording just two outs. In a corresponding move, the club recalled Nick Martinez prior to his start against Oakland on Friday.
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