The Reds recalled Warren from Triple-A Louisville on Wednesday.
He'll join the roster as a replacement for Sonny Gray (groin), who was moved to the 10-day injured list. Warren won't be a candidate to fill Gray's spot in the rotation, but he'll at least provide a fresh arm for a bullpen that was forced to cover the final six innings of Tuesday's loss to the Brewers following Gray's early exit. Through nine outings at Louisville this season spanning 10.1 innings, Warren has posted a 5.23 ERA and 1.49 WHIP.
Warren was dropped from the active roster and returned to the Reds' taxi squad Friday.
Warren served as the extra man Thursday with the Reds playing a game and a half due to a mid-game postponement Wednesday. He didn't get the chance to pitch and has only made two big-league appearances so far this season, but he could return the next time the Reds need an extra arm.
Warren was called up by the Reds as the 27th man for Thursday's nightcap against the Nationals, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
The Reds and Nationals will be completing a suspended game Thursday afternoon, so Warren will provide depth out of the bullpen for the nightcap. The right-hander has made two relief appearances for the Reds this year, and he allowed no runs and two walks while striking out two in two scoreless innings.
Warren was optioned to Triple-A Louisville on Monday.
Warren was recalled by the Reds on Friday and made his first two relief appearances of the 2021 campaign. He allowed no hits and two walks while striking out two in two scoreless innings. Warren will head to Triple-A after right-hander Michael Feliz was officially added to the 26-man roster Monday.
Warren was recalled from the taxi squad Friday.
The 28-year-old joined the Reds for a doubleheader in April but has yet to pitch this season. Warren made his big-league debut with the Mariners in 2019 with 5.1 scoreless frames in six appearances.
Warren has been recalled by the Reds as the 27th man for Wednesday's game against the Diamondbacks.
Warren failed to break camp with the Reds this year, but he'll be available to make his season debut out of the bullpen in Wednesday's contest. Since he's designated as the team's 27th man, Warren should return to the alternate training site after Wednesday's game.
Warren was among the Reds' first wave of cuts on Sunday, getting optioned to Triple-A Louisville.
Warren was in a logjam of potential relievers to make the Reds' Opening Day roster but struggled with his control, walking five batters in seven innings.
Warren was traded from the Rangers to the Reds on Wednesday in exchange for cash considerations.
Warren was designated for assignment by Texas in late December, but he'll land with the Reds ahead of the 2021 season. The right-hander made his major-league debut in 2019, tossing 5.1 scoreless innings with five strikeouts and two walks across six relief appearances. He spent the 2020 season at the Rangers' alternate training site, but he could serve as a low-leverage reliever for the Reds next year.
Warren was designated for assignment by the Rangers on Saturday.
Warren was claimed off waivers by the Rangers in October, but he'll now be removed from the 40-man roster after the team signed right-hander Kohei Arihara in a corresponding move. Warren spent the entire 2020 season at the Mariners' alternate training site but made six relief appearances in 2019, tossing 5.1 scoreless innings with a 5:2 K:BB during that time.
Warren was claimed off waivers by the Rangers on Wednesday.
Warren got his first taste of major-league action with the Mariners in 2019, tossing 5.1 scoreless innings with five strikeouts over six appearances. He spent just one day in the majors in 2020 but failed to make an appearance. The right-hander should get a chance to compete for a spot in the Rangers' bullpen during spring training.
Warren was optioned to Seattle's alternate camp site Wednesday, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.
Warren spent just one day with the big club and went unused Tuesday against the Dodgers. Braden Bishop was summoned to the big-league roster in a corresponding move.
Warren was called up by the Mariners on Tuesday.
Warren has never pitched at the Triple-A level, but he made the jump to the big leagues last season and threw 5.1 scoreless innings after posting a 1.71 ERA in 31.2 frames for Double-A Arkansas. Mallex Smith was optioned in a corresponding move.
Warren was optioned to Triple-A Tacoma on Friday.
Warren was in camp competing for a bullpen spot but won't fill one on Opening Day. He skipped the Triple-A level last season to throw 5.1 scoreless innings in the big leagues.
Warren (1-0) was credited with his first victory in a win over the Athletics on Friday, firing a perfect ninth inning.
Warren did not record a strikeout but got through his frame on an efficient nine pitches, and he subsequently notched his first major-league win when J.P. Crawford hit a game-winning RBI double in the home half of the frame. The 26-year-old right-hander has yet to be scored on over his first five big-league appearances and has allowed just a single hit and one walk over that span.
Warren (groin) was reinstated from the 7-day injured list and had his contract selected from Double-A Arkansas on Tuesday, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.
Warren had been dealing with a groin strain earlier in the month, but he's returned to health and will get an opportunity to make his major-league debut. He's in line for a bullpen role after posting an impressive 1.71 ERA and 1.15 WHIP with a 41:13 K:BB over 31.2 innings this season with the Travelers.
Warren threw off a mound Wednesday as he continues his rehab from a groin strain, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.
Warren landed on the 7-day injured list Aug. 21 after suffering the groin strain but appears to be nearing his return. The 26-year-old has enjoyed a productive season with Double-A Arkansas, posting a 1.71 ERA, 1.14 WHIP and 41:13 K:BB over 31.2 innings.
Warren was reassigned to minor-league camp Sunday.
Warren appeared in four games (four innings) this spring, picking up two saves along the way. However, during his brief showing he gave up three runs on four hits and two walks. It remains to be seen if Warren will begin the season at High-A Modesto or Double-A Arkansas. Last season, Warren tossed 64.2 innings over 43 games while logging a 3.06 ERA and 1.29 WHIP.
Warren (hip) earned the save Sunday while tossing the ninth inning against the White Sox.
Warren had been out with a hip injury, but was able to make a return and pitch a perfect inning. He'll look to see more action as spring training continues, although it seems highly unlikely that he'll make the big league roster. Look for Warren to begin the season at either High-A Modesto or Double-A Arkansas.
Warren is dealing with a hip issue but is expected to get into game action this weekend, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.
Warren is sadly one of the Mariners' better real-life prospects, but as a reliever who has not yet reached Double-A, he carries little fantasy relevance. Last year he posted a 3.06 ERA, 1.28 WHIP and 67 strikeouts in 64.2 innings at High-A.
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