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The Reds signed RHP Cam Bedrosian to a minor league contract.
He'll be another late-inning reliever in Cincinnati this season, assuming he makes the team. Bedrosian was once considered a potential closer for the Angels but has struggled with injuries and ineffectiveness in recent years.
The Angels activated Cam Bedrosian off the 10-day injured list.
Bedrosian has been out for several weeks with a right adductor strain. He'll help set up Ty Buttrey in the back end of the Angels' bullpen.
Cam Bedrosian was placed on the 10-day injured list Wednesday with a right adductor strain.
Bedrosian suffered the inning during his short outing in Sunday's game. He's eligible to be activated August 14th, though it's unclear how long he's expected to be out.
Cam Bedrosian allowed one hit and struck out two through a shutout inning to earn a save.
Bedrosian's save was his first of the year. He's got a 2.51 ERA and 38 strikeouts through this point.
Cam Bedrosian served up two earned runs on three hits in the ninth inning to blow the save but picks up win as the Angels beat the Orioles 3-2.
With Keynan Middleton shelved for the foreseeable future and the closer role up in the air in Los Angeles, Bedrosian did his best to keep the Halos' ninth inning picture as murky as ever by blowing a 2-0 lead. Were it not for Justin Upton bailing him out with a walk-off RBI single in the bottom frame, Bedrosian's night could have been worse but he got the win. It's difficult to ascertain at this point whether he will continue to get many save opportunities moving forward with both Jim Johnson and Justin Anderson also in the picture.