RP - NYY - MiLB
Yankees' RHP Adam Warren (sore shoulder) was shut down four to five days ago.
Warren did not play a game in the 2020 MLB season. In 2019, Warren earned 25 strikeouts in 28.2 innings pitched.
Adam Warren has signed a minor-league deal with the New York Yankees and will be a full participant in spring training.
Warren, who was released by the Yankees back in July, ended up missing the 2020 season while rehabbing from Tommy John surgery. He's expected to be fully recovered and will have a chance to compete for a spot in the New York bullpen once spring training begins.
Adam Warren signed a one-year deal with the Padres. There is a club option for a second season. He was signed to replace Jose Castillo who is getting ready to hit the 60-day IL with a flexor strain.
Warren split time in 2018 between the Yankees and Mariners. Through his nine-year career, he carries a 3.42 ERA, 1.221 WHIP through 463.2 innings and 298 games. He's an effective reliever and the Padres will certainly utilize his skill set with Castillo going down.
Mariners acquired RHP Adam Warren from the Yankees for international signing bonus pool money according to Ken Rosenthal on Twitter.
Warren is having a solid season on the mound with a 2.70 ERA and 1.27 WHIP and a 37:12 K:BB. The veteran reliever will not be in line for saves but should get some holds and could be valuable in leagues that count holds.
The Yankees have traded reliever Adam Warren to Seattle for international bonus pool money.
Warren had a 2.70 ERA and 1.27 WHIP since returning from the disabled list but he has been lit up a bit recently. He has given up six earned runs in 10 innings of relief over the last month. Warren will most likely take over a one-inning, middle-relief role with the Mariners and won't have much of a fantasy impact moving forward.