Bautista was optioned to Triple-A Tacoma on Tuesday.
Bautista had been back in the big leagues for just six days. He allowed three runs in two innings of work in his only appearance, bringing his season ERA up to 11.00 in nine innings of work. Brandon Brennan (shoulder) returned from the injured list to take his place in the bullpen.
Bautista was recalled from Triple-A Tacoma on Wednesday.
Bautista will take the roster spot of Roenis Elias, who was traded to the Nationals on Wednesday. The reliever has struggled in his limited appearances for the big club this season, posting a 10.29 ERA, 2.43 WHIP and 5:9 K:BB in seven innings.
Bautista was optioned to Triple-A Tacoma on Sunday.
Bautista allowed two earned runs via an Anthony Santander home run in his one inning Saturday against the Orioles, and he's posted an abysmal 10.29 ERA and 2.43 WHIP across seven major-league innings this season. The right-hander will return to the Aviators, where he's been markedly better (2.57 ERA, 1.00 WHIP) while facing Triple-A bats.
Bautista (0-1) took the loss Saturday, giving up three runs on two hits and three walks over two-thirds of an inning while striking out one in an 11-2 rout at the hands of the A's.
The right-hander couldn't find the plate as Seattle's opener, throwing only 13 of 28 pitches for strikes before the club was forced to turn to Wade LeBlanc a little earlier than expected. Bautista's 98 mph fastball is nice, but it's not very useful if he can't get it over the plate -- he now has an 11.25 ERA and 2:7 K:BB through four innings since coming off the IL.
Bautista will open Saturday's game against the Athletics, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.
Bautista opened Wednesday's matchup against the Twins, and he tossed 1.1 scoreless frames while striking out one. He'll likely be asked to work the first inning or so again Saturday before making way for the primary pitcher, Wade LeBlanc.
Bautista will serve as the opener Wednesday against the Twins, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
Bautista will likely pitch one or two frames before giving way to Tommy Milone, who is expected to cover the bulk of innings Wednesday. In two appearances since returning from the injured list last week, Bautista has allowed two runs on two hits and three walks in two innings.
Bautista (pectoral) was activated from the 60-day injured list Wednesday.
Bautista has been on the shelf all season with a pectoral strain, but he's been cleared to rejoin the Mariners after completing a lengthy rehab assignment with High-A Modesto and Triple-A Tacoma. In 10 appearances between both stops, the right-hander posted a 3.00 ERA, 1.00 WHIP and 15:5 K:BB in 12 innings. Andrew Moore was optioned to Tacoma in a corresponding roster move.
Bautista (pectoral) is likely to make his season debut at the major-league level when his 30-day rehab assignment window expires late next week, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports. "He's coming along just fine," manager Scott Servais said. "He's throwing the ball really well. I think he's getting close to getting back here. I'd expect [him] to be back at end of Houston series or right when we go back on the road."
Bautista was impressive in his latest rehab appearance for Triple-A Tacoma, firing two scoreless innings in which he allowed a hit and a walk during a win over El Paso in the first game of a doubleheader Thursday. If the team's current plans hold, the hard-throwing right-hander would most likely be activated next Friday for the start of the team's next road trip.
Bautista (pectoral), who has allowed five hits and two runs over four-plus innings during his rehab with Triple-A Tacoma, has only one week left on his 30-day rehab stint, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
The last day of the 30-day window for Bautista would be next Thursday, at which point the Mariners will presumably moved toward making a final decision on his activation and landing spot within the organization. Bautista had a rough introduction to the majors in 2018 with the Mets, generating a 12.46 ERA across 4.1 innings over five appearances. The 23-year-old right-hander could officially begin his season with Triple-A Tacoma, but a big-league bullpen assignment is certainly a possibility as well.
Bautista (pectoral) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Monday.
The move is purely procedural, as Bautista has already been on the injured list for more than 60 days, so he could theoretically return at any time. He's currently on a rehab assignment, so he may have to be added back to the 40-man roster at some point soon. Monday's transaction clears a spot on the 40-man roster for Jimmy Cordero, who was claimed off waivers from Toronto in a corresponding move.
Bautista (pectoral) shifted his rehab assignment to Triple-A Tacoma on Tuesday. He pitched a scoreless inning in relief in a 12-3 win over Fresno, working around a hit and a wild pitch in the 23-pitch outing.
The 23-year-old has logged six minor-league appearances in total over the past two weeks, posting a 9:4 K:BB while holding hitters to a .105 average in six innings between Tacoma and High-A Modesto. Manager Scott Servais said Wednesday that the Mariners have yet to pinpoint a target date for Bautista's return from the 10-day injured list, but the skipper noted the right-hander could use the full 30 days for his rehab assignment, per Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times. Bautista has two minor-league options remaining and could stick around at Tacoma once activated from the IL.
Bautista (pectoral) will soon move his rehab up from High-A Modesto to either Double-A Arkansas or Triple-A Tacoma, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
The news come in the wake of back-to-back impressive outings for Bautista, who's fired a pair of scoreless innings in those appearances. A bump in competition should serve as a tougher test for the right-handed reliever, who could be ready for activation before the end of May if he continues to perform well.
Bautista (pectoral) has fired two scoreless innings in which he's allowed no hits and one walk while recording three strikeouts over his last two rehab outings with High-A Modesto.
Bautista's rehab assignment got off to a rocky start May 8, when he allowed a pair of earned runs over an inning against San Jose. However, the right-hander has been much steadier in the subsequent pair of trips to the mound and boasts a .111 BAA across his three appearances overall. Bautista could be deemed ready for activation in the near future, but whether he'll start his 2019 season with the big-league club remains to be seen.
Bautista (pectoral) allowed two earned runs on a hit, a walk and two wild pitches over one inning in High-A Modesto's win over San Jose on Wednesday.
It may not have come in ideal fashion, but Bautista certainly got his work in during an eventful inning on the mound. The rehabbing reliever threw 20 pitches overall, but as his final line indicates, location was a problem. Bautista is slated for multiple appearances at various levels of the minors prior to activation, so he should have plenty of opportunities to sharpen up in the coming days.
Bautista (pectoral) will begin a rehab assignment with High-A Modesto on Wednesday, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
Bautista has been battling a strained pectoral since spring training. Given the length of his absence, his rehab assignment is unlikely to be a short one.
Bautista (pectoral) threw in an extended spring game at the team's facility in Arizona on Friday, Anthony Castrovince of MLB.com reports.
Bautista has made solid progress in the last couple of weeks, throwing off a mound on multiple occasions and progressing to Friday's appearance. Given his recent activity level, a minor-league rehab assignment is reportedly imminent for the right-hander.
Bautista (pectoral) continues to throw off a mound in the team's spring training facility in Arizona and is expected to participate in an extended spring training game early this week, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
Bautista has been throwing off a mound regularly for nearly two weeks without setbacks, so he would seemingly be ready to ramp up his rehab. If the right-hander's upcoming participation in the extended spring game also goes well, Bautista could soon be headed for a minor-league rehab assignment.
Bautista (pectoral) is throwing off a mound and could begin a minor-league rehab assignment in about a week, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
Bautista has been nursing the right pectoral strain since early March but his return to mound work spells a significant development in his progress. The 23-year-old will need to make at least a few rehab appearances, so he's unlikely to return before late April or early May.
Bautista (pectoral) continues rehabbing in Arizona but has not yet progressed to throwing off a mound, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
Previous reports have Bautista not returning until the end of the month at minimum, and Monday's update from manager Scott Servais seems to square with this timeline. Bautista has only progressed as far as playing catch on flat ground, so there are naturally multiple steps left in his rehab before he's ready for activation.
Bautista (pectoral) is likely to be out until the end of April, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.
He is still going with a throwing program but will apparently need another four weeks to get right. Once healthy, Bautista will likely be a low-leverage arm initially, but he could pitch his way into higher-leverage spots as the season goes on.
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