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INF Logan Forsythe signed a minor-league deal with the Brewers on Tuesday and was assigned to Triple-A.
The Brewers currently lead the majors with 15 players on the injured list and added infielder Logan Forsythe as organizational depth. The 34-year-old slashed .118/. 211/.235 with one home run, two RBI, and two runs scored across 38 plate appearances for the Marlins in 2020.
The Marlins placed INF Logan Forsythe on the 60-day injured list with an oblique strain.
Forsythe appeared in just 13 games this year, going 4-for-34 at the plate. He's out for the year now.
The Marlins have signed utility infielder Logan Forsythe Wednesday.
Forsythe was released by the the Phillies during summer camp. He can play multiple positions and fill a void after 15 Marlins players tested positive for COVID-19. Forsythe hit .227 with seven homers across 101 games for the Rangers last season.
Logan Forsythe was released by the Phillies on Saturday, according to a report from Ken Rosenthal on Twitter. Forsythe, Josh Harrison, and Neil Walker all have opt-out decisions due today.
Forsythe is a journeyman utility infielder who put together two solid seasons with the Tampa Bay Rays a few years ago but has struggled to produce since. In 101 games with the Texas Rangers last season, he hit .227 with seven home runs.
Phillies utility man Logan Forsythe homered in his only at-bat during Tuesday's win over the Minnesota Twins. The homer was his third of the Spring.
Forsythe is making a strong case for a spot on the Philadelphia roster this Spring, batting .400 with a 1.470 OPS thus far.