August 15, 2022

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Signing giants Trevor Rosenthal - MLB trade rumors

Beer owners acquire Trevor Rosenthal – MLB trade rumors

6:46 pm: Brewers will get $4.5 million owed to Rosenthal, according to John Shea of ​​the San Francisco Chronicle.

4:53 PM: Secondary defensive player in the league Tristan Peters The Giants are being dealt against Rosenthal, reports’s Adam McCalvey (Twitter link).

4:13 pm: Brewers gained the right hand Trevor Rosenthal Of the Giants, John Heyman reports from The New York Post (Twitter link). It makes a very short stint for Rosenthal in San Francisco, where the Giants have just signed the veteran A deal worth $4.5 million for one year Again on July 21.

It remains to be seen when Rosenthal will actually be able to take the hill for Milwaukee, as he hasn’t come down since the end of the 2020 season due to a thigh strain, thoracic outlet syndrome surgery and then a hamstring strain that has only appeared over the past two weeks. Rosenthal wasn’t expected to be up for the show for at least a few more weeks, so early September might be the best-case scenario for his Brewers debut.

When you’re healthy, Rosenthal will be another arm in the Brewers game that has been unexpectedly reshaped for the past two days. Taylor Rogers And the Matt Bush All stars have been added closer Josh Hader It was distributed to San Diego in the mega deal that brought Rogers into the fold. Devin Williams Now projects closer to Milwaukee, with Rogers, Bush and guys the current setup Trevor GottAnd the Brad BoxbergerAnd the Hobby MilnerAnd the Brent Sutter Provide additional support in high-influence roles.

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What Rosenthal will look like when he is able to make an offer is another question, given the lengthy dismissal. After missing out for the whole of 2018 to Tommy John’s surgery, Rosenthal had a 13.50 ERA over 15 1/3 rounds in 2019, but then rebounded to 1.90 ERA in 23 2/3 frames with the Royals and Padres last season. That shine from his old All-Star format was enough to spark A’s curiosity in signing Rosenthal to a one-year, $11 million deal ahead of the 2021 campaign that unfortunately backfired completely on Oakland, as Rosenthal never threw much of a pitch for the establishment.

The return of the Giants in the deal is not yet known, although the trade reflects the team’s sudden change of direction over the past few days. Rosenthal’s flop might not have been on the Giants’ minds on July 21, but that was also the day the team began their seven-game losing streak. With San Francisco now under the .500 mark, the focus has now shifted to selling, with Rosenthal joining in Darren RoveAnd the Kurt CasaleAnd the Matthew Boyd Heading out of town, though, many of the giants’ big-name business chips remain.