LF,CF,RF - FA
The Angels sent OF Jon Jay outright to their alternate training site.
Jay passed through waivers unclaimed. He'll serve as outfield depth for the organization for now.
The Angels have released outfielder Jon Jay. He was in camp on a minors deal but tallied just two hits over 29 at-bats this spring.
While Jay has struggled this spring, he has been a relatively solid player throughout his career. Over 11 years with six teams, he slashed .283/.348/.373. He's never been an All-Star, though he did win the 2011 World Series with St. Louis.
The Angels signed OF Jon Jay to a minor league contract with an invitation to spring training.
Jay struggled mightily in 2020, batting .160 with a .451 OPS in 50 games. He'll compete for a reserve outfielder role this spring.
Jon Jay went 1-for-3 with a two-run home run in Tuesday's loss to the Rockies.
Jay knocked his first home run of the season Tuesday night in a losing effort. Jay has only appeared in 11 games, so his playing time is very inconsistent.
Jon Jay has officially made the D-backs roster according to the team.
Jay signed a minor league deal back in February and was no guarantee to make the roster. He was a liability last year with a horrid .267/.311/.315 triple slash line across 182 plate appearances for the Chicago White Sox. With Starling Marte, David Peralta, and Kole Calhoun expected to start in the OF for Arizona, Jay is firmly off the fantasy radar.