Moya was outrighted to Triple-A Rochester on Saturday, Do-Hyoung Park of MLB.com reports.
Moya was removed from the 40-man roster Tuesday and passed through waivers unclaimed, so he will remain with the Twins' Triple-A affiliate. He has not appeared in a big-league game this season after making 35 appearances with the Twins last year.
Moya was designated for assignment by the Twins on Tuesday.
The 24-year-old has spent most of the season at Triple-A Rochester, recording a poor 7.36 ERA in 22 innings. The move clears a roster spot for Ronald Torreyes to be reinstated from the restricted list.
Moya (shoulder) was activated off the 10-day injured list Wednesday and optioned to Triple-A Rochester.
Moya had already been with Rochester on a rehab assignment, so very little will change for him in the near future. He'll wait for an opportunity to open up at the big-league level, where he recorded a 4.71 ERA in 36.1 innings last season.
Moya (shoulder) has transferred his rehab assignment to Triple-A Rochester, Betsy Helfand of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Moya will continue his rehab at the highest level of the minors after registering a pair of scoreless outings for Double-A Pensacola, striking out four across 1.2 innings.
Moya (shoulder) threw a scoreless inning Friday for Double-A Pensacola during a rehab assignment.
Moya made just one appearance in spring training before being shut down with a sore left shoulder. He may need several weeks in the minors before he's called up as a result.
Moya (shoulder) will report to Double-A Pensacola to begin a rehab assignment Tuesday or Wednesday, Phil Miller of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
He started dealing with shoulder tendinitis in spring training, leading to an IL stint to begin the year. Moya could return to the majors by the end of the month if his rehab assignment goes as planned.
Moya (shoulder) has started throwing bullpen sessions in extended spring training but is "weeks away" from returning, manager Rocco Baldelli told MLB.com.
Moya struggled with shoulder tendinitis most of spring training and began the season on the injured list. It sounds like he may not return until after April.
Moya (shoulder) was placed on the 10-day injured list Wednesday, Do-Hyoung Park of MLB.com reports.
Moya recently picked up a throwing program, but he missed most of March due to a shoulder issue, so he'll need time to build back up before being cleared to rejoin the big club.
Moya (shoulder) has begun a throwing program, Do-Hyoung Park of MLB.com reports.
This is an encouraging sign, as Moya has been shut down for close to a month with shoulder tightness. The southpaw is expected to open the season on the IL, though he's finally starting to trend in the right direction.
Moya (shoulder) is expected to open the season on the injured list, Phil Miller of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
The news is hardly surprising, as Moya has been out nearly a month with shoulder tightness. It's unclear when he's expected to return.
Moya has been dealing with a shoulder injury and isn't currently throwing, the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. "It's probably going to be a few days before he's going to be reassessed," said manager Rocco Baldelli.
It sounds like Moya will likely will begin the season on the injured list. Not much is known about the injury, although it sounds somewhat ominous.
Moya has been slowed this spring by back/shoulder tightness, Betsy Helfand of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Helfand says the Twins don't think the issue is serious, but that can change quickly with anything shoulder-related for a pitcher. Moya has appeared in just one spring game and figures to serve as organizational depth this season.
Moya will open Thursday's game against the Tigers, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Moya is set to open his sixth game of the season. The lefty posted a 3.00 ERA and 1.00 WHIP with four strikeouts in six innings through his first five starts. He figures to go one or two innings before giving way to a long reliever.
Moya will open Tuesday's game against the Tigers, LaVelle E. Neal III of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Moya has served in this role on four occasions so far this season, allowing two runs in five innings. He'll pitch an inning or two before ceding to Kohl Stewart on Tuesday.
Moya is slated to open Wednesday's game against the Tigers, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Moya most recently filled the opener role Monday in the first game of the series, working a scoreless frame before giving way to the bullpen. Stephen Gonsalves is expected to work as the primary pitcher Wednesday after Moya likely tosses an inning or two.
Moya will serve as the Twins' opening pitcher Monday against the Tigers.
Moya last worked as an opener Thursday against the Royals, covering two scoreless innings before giving way to Stephen Gonsalves. The lefty was needed in relief Saturday and tossed 12 pitches, so he may not receive the green light for multi-inning work in his return to the opener role. It's not clear if the Twins plan to treat Monday's contest as a "bullpen game" or if a primary pitcher will follow Moya upon his departure. If it's the latter case, Kohl Stewart or Tyler Duffey would seemingly represent the top candidates to handle the bulk of the innings out of the bullpen.
Moya (3-1) allowed two runs on a hit and a walk in an inning of work to take the loss Sunday against the Rangers. He struck out one.
Serving as the opener, Moya walked Rougned Odor before allowing a two-run home run to Elvis Andrus. He wasn't asked to come back out for the second inning and watched as the Minnesota bullpen was bludgeoned for 16 runs on 18 hits the rest of the way. Moya now has a 5.20 ERA for the season and holds little to no fantasy value in his current role.
Moya is scheduled to serve as the Twins' opening pitcher in Sunday's game against the Rangers, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports.
Moya, who has maxed out at 2.2 innings over his 18 appearances since being recalled from Triple-A Rochester in late July, likely won't be asked to work deep into the start before giving way to Zack Littell, who is scheduled to serve as the Twins' primary pitcher for the day. If the arrangement works well Sunday, Moya might be in store for another assignment as the Twins' opener next weekend against the Royals, when Littell would line up to pitch again.
Moya was recalled from Triple-A Rochester ahead of Saturday's tilt against the Red Sox, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Moya has been roughed up in the big leagues this season, posting a 7.71 ERA and 1.14 WHIP with 10 strikeouts over seven innings. He figures to come out of the bullpen, though he's yet to earn many mid-to-high leverage opportunities.
Moya was optioned to Triple-A Rochester on Wednesday, Dan Hayes of The Athletic Minnesota reports.
Moya made just one appearance in a brief, two-day stint with the Twins, striking out four in two scoreless innings against the Brewers on Tuesday. Aaron Slegers will be promoted in a corresponding move.
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