RP - SEA
The Mariners agreed to a one-year deal with Trevor Gott.
Gott was non-tendered by the Brewers on November 18. He should compete for a depth role in the Mariners bullpen.
The Brewers announced they have signed reliever Trevor Gott to a one-year contract. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Gott, 29, struggled during his last MLB stint in 2020 but posted better numbers in Triple-A this past season. It seems very likely that he'll make the MLB roster out of Spring Training, barring anything extraordinary.
The Giants and RHP Trevor Gott agreed to a one-year, $700,000 contract to avoid arbitration.
Gott earned some save chances for the Giants early on but then had a few blowup outings that killed his ERA. He ended the season on the injured list, but he'll be back with the Giants in 2021.
The Giants placed Trevor Gott on the 10-day injured list Sunday with right elbow inflammation.
Gott won't be eligible to return from the injured list until the last week of the season. He hasn't closed for the Giants since mid-August and can safely be dropped in all league formats. Gott owns a 10.03 ERA and 1.80 WHIP over 15 appearances in 2020.
Trevor Gott had a weekend to forget against the A's, allowing a combined nine runs over his two appearances.
Gott served up four homers and wound up pitching a total of one inning in the two appearances. It was a disastrous performance for fantasy managers who started him in roto leagues. It's currently up in the air in regards to who could see the next save chance in San Francisco. Tyler Rogers and Tony Watson are both possibilities.