C,RP - FA
Boone Logan was designated for assignment by the Brewers' on Monday.
Logan had a 5.91 ERA, 7.22 FIP, and 17% walk rate in 10.1 innings for the Brewers this season. He was signed to be a lefty-specialist in the off-season but couldn't get the job done for the Crew, and with the emergence of Dan Jennings Logan became expendable. He could catch on with another team as a LOOGY, but wouldn't have fantasy value regardless.
Boone Logan has been diagnosed with a light triceps strain. He first felt discomfort yesterday.
Logan will start the season on the 10 day disabled list. He didn't have much fantasy value outside of holds leagues anyway.
Boone Logan has suffered a triceps/shoulder injury of unknown severity.
This puts Logan's opening day in doubt. He has value in holds leagues, but not much beyond that.
The Cleveland Indians and left-handed RP Boone Logan have agreed to a deal pending his physical.
Ex-Rockies relief pitcher Boone Logan has a career ERA of 4.45 with a career WHIP of 1.44 in 410 innings pitched. Logan will have a significant role within the Indians bullpen but fantasy wise, unless you're playing with holds, Logan should be ignored come draft day.
Boone Logan earned his first save of the season Sunday against the Padres.
Fantasy owners looking for a short term reliever could give Logan a look as Colorado will likely go with a committee at closer until Jake McGee returns from injury.