RP - FA
Trevor Rosenthal was traded from the Giants to the Brewers Tuesday.
Rosenthal was signed in late July by the Giants but has yet to make an appearance this season. He is still on the IL with a left hamstring strain and does not have a timetable currently for his 2022 debut. If Rosenthal can get healthy, he figures to slide into a set-up role with the Brewers.
The Giants agreed to a one-year, $4.5 million deal with Trevor Rosenthal on Monday.
Rosenthal can make an additional $2 million in incentives, but he'll begin the year on the 15-day IL with a left hamstring strain. He's still reportedly weeks away from returning, but he has looked good in bullpen sessions and can run pain-free. He's unlikely to make a fantasy impact this year so those in redraft leagues can ignore him.
Free agent pitcher Trevor Rosenthal threw 95-96 mph in a showcase with 14 teams in attendance on Tuesday. Unfortunately, he did end his showcase with a cramp in his hamstring.
Rosenthal has not pitched in the majors since 2020 and spent 2021 on the 60-day IL with right shoulder inflammation. He logged a 1.90 ERA in 23 games between Kansas City and San Diego in 2020. Hopefully the hamstring cramp is just a minor setback and we get a positive update from his camp soon.
Oakland Athletics pitcher Trevor Rosenthal (hip) will undergo surgery next week to repair a torn labrum in his hip and will miss the rest of the season.
Rosenthal underwent thoracic surgery in April has been sidelined since. He will undergo hip surgery and is out for the rest of the season. Rosenthal signed a one-year deal with Oakland but was unable to make his debut for the A’s in 2021. Fantasy managers can move on from Rosenthal if they haven't already.
A's RHP Trevor Rosenthal (shoulder) is progressing "rapidly" through his strength program, per manager Bob Melvin.
Rosenthal still hasn't played catch yet, but the hope right now is that he can return sometime in August. The right-handed reliever signed a one-year deal with Oakland over the offseason but hasn't pitched at all this season.