Miami signed lefty Matt Tracy to a minor league deal, according to Baseball America’s Matt Eddy.
Tracy, 27, first appeared in the majors with the Yankees last season. He didn’t allow a run over two innings but pitched to a 5.13 FIP.
Over 107.0 innings in Triple-A, Tracy has pitched to a 4.79 ERA. He didn’t have much success with New York’s Double-A affiliate, pitching to a 5.11 ERA over 24.2 innings.
While Tracy pitched well in his debut with the Yankees, it’s unlikely the Marlins will call upon him quickly. Miami’s bullpen, even without Carter Capps and Bryan Morris, which ranks 13th in baseball.
Clemens claimed by Padres
After making a pair of starts for the Marlins this season, Paul Clemens was claimed by the Padres, according to FanRag Sports’ Jon Heyman.
Lefty Jo-Jo Reyes, who has a career 6.04 ERA, was promoted from Triple-A to take Clemens’ spot on Miami’s 25-man roster