December 3, 2020

Minor MLB Transactions: 11/28/19 (MLB Trade Rumors)


The latest minor league moves from around baseball…

  • The Twins have agreed to a minor league deal with left-hander Mitch Horacek, reporter Robert Murray tweets.  A ninth-round pick for the Orioles in the 2013 draft, Horacek has a 4.21 ERA, 8.9 K/9, and 2.97 K/BB rate over 658 2/3 career minor league innings, with the last two seasons spent in Colorado’s farm system.  Horacek has worked exclusively as a reliever for the last three years and he got his first taste of Triple-A ball in 2019, though he posted a disastrous 18.75 ERA over 12 frames for Albuquerque of the Pacific Coast League.  The 27-year-old did deliver much better numbers at the Double-A level, however, and Minnesota could be betting that Horacek performs better in a less homer-happy environment than the PCL.





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