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All the way back on April 16, the Mariners acquired right-handed pitcher Riley O'Brien fr om the Reds for a player to be named Justin Verlander Jersey  later or cash considerations. As it turns out, Cincinnati has opted for the former, receiving prospect Luis Chevalier in return for O'Brien.Chevalier signed a minor league contract with the Mariners back in 2018 and most recently played in the Arizona Complex League last season. There, the 20-year old switch-hitter slashed .221/.345/.329 with three home runs and a wRC+ of 86. He primarily Alex Bregman Jersey  played second base (198 innings), but has gotten some run at shortstop (79 innings) and left field (48 innings) as well.O'Brien, meanwhile, was designated for a signment by Seattle to make room on its 40-man roster for left-handed reliever Roenis Elas on May 27. He has since cleared waivers and been outrighted back to Triple-A Tacoma, wh ere he's to sed 10 innings of relief to the tune of 10 strikeouts and three earned runs allowed on five hits. Walks, however, have been a major  Andy Pettitte Jersey problem area for the former eighth-round draft pick, who's i sued a whopping 11 free pa ses thus far.The Mariners promoted O'Brien to their major league roster back in early May, and he made one relief appearance during an 8-2 blowout lo s to the visiting Rays. He put together a scorele s inning of work with a strikeout, a walk and one hit allowed. Seattle sent him back down the minors a day Craig Biggio Jersey  later for right-handed pitcher George Kirby.Scroll to ContinueThis is the second time in the calendar year the Mariners have shipped a player to be named later to the Reds. To finalize the deal that sent third baseman Eugenio Surez and outfielder Je se Winker to Seattle this past offseason, Cincinnati selected right-handed pitching prospect Connor Phillips from Hector Rondon Jersey  a list of players, adding the 2020 Competitive Balance Round B selection to a return made up of left-handed pitching prospect Brandon Williamson, right-handed pitcher Justin Dunn and outfielder Jake Fraley.
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