SEATTLE — Help for the Needy Sergio Romo And Roenis Elias The struggling cut them Monday Seattle Mariners Make room for reliefr Ken Giles Kevin Padlo, an infielder.
Romo and Elias were assigned, Giles was activated on the 60-day injuredlist and Padlo was recalled to Triple-A Tacoma.
Seattle has now lost seven of its last nine games. At 29-39, it is fourth in AL West. Houston is first.
Romo, a 39year-old right-hander who is well-known for his long hair, had an 8.16 ERA over 17 relief appearances. Romo also spent a month with right shoulder inflammation and was placed on the injured roster. Romo allowed home runs to the Los Angeles Angels‘ Mike Trout Thursday and to the Angels Jared Walsh Saturday
A 2013 All-Star and a three-time World Series Champion with. San FranciscoRomo has 137 saves over 15 major league seasons. He is currently 42-35 and has a 3.20 ERA in 810 relief appearances. Romo also made five starts. He pitched for San Francisco from 2008 to 2016. Los Angeles Dodgers (2017), Tampa Bay (2017-18), Miami (2018), Minnesota (2019-20) Oakland (2021).
Giles, a 31 year-old right-hander who was injured during spring training, went 0-1 with a 13.21 ERA in eight games of a rehabilitation assignment at Triple-A Tacoma and Class A Everett.
After signing with the Mariners in February 20, 2021, Giles underwent Tommy John surgery. He missed the entire season. Giles' final appearance in major league was in for Toronto At the New York Yankees September 15, 2020. He was able to save 23 runs in 2019, is 14-18, has a 2.74 ERA, and 115 saves over seven seasons with Philadelphia (2014-15), Houston 2016-18, and Toronto (2018).
Giles punched himself in his face after allowing a Yankees ninth-inning homer. Gary Sanchez In 2018.
Elias's ERA is 3.52 in seven relief appearances. Elias, who is currently 22-24, has a 3.96 ERA over 54 starts and 79 relief appearances in Seattle (2014-15 to 2018-19, 2022). Boston (2016-17). Washington (2019).
Padlo, 25, was transferred from Seattle to San Francisco in exchange for cash on April 27. The Giants then claimed waivers on June 11. In the last two seasons, Padlo has played in 14 major league games in Tampa Bay, Seattle, and San Francisco. He was also 2 for 12 in four Giants games this year.