The Reds announced on Thursday that they have booked their first midfielder/midfielder Wil Myers on the injury list (effective from Wednesday) and assigned a corner kick Jason Vosler to Triple-A Louisville after he failed to claim a full waiver. Cincinnati is also placed correctly Graham Ashcraft on the mourning list and right-handed people are revoked Casey Legumina from Louisville. The Reds are off today, so perhaps they will add a positional player to the roster tomorrow before their series opener in Oakland.
Myers suffered a scratch in yesterday’s game due to illness and missed Tuesday’s game due to a neck spasm. The Reds did not list an injury or a timetable for his return in today’s announcement. Myers, who signed a one-year, $7.5 million deal this season, had a start of 0.222/,292/,321 with a career-high 34.8% success rate over 89 his first appearance.
With Myers and Joey Votto on the shelf, the Red Devils can switch to catching the ball Tyler Stephenson at the first base with more regularity. 26-year-old Stephenson has started three games there and has made a total of five appearances in the position, and Cincinnati is bringing in two other catchers in the position. Luke Maile And Curt Casali. midfielder Directed by Spencer is another option; he started his first game of the season at first base when Myers was scratched and has made a total of four appearances there. It’s also possible that the Reds will call up a basic first option from the minors before tomorrow’s game.
With Votto yet to make his debut in 2023, the Reds’ first two basic players, Myers and Vosler, are now outspoken, who was assigned to the assignment earlier in the week. Vosler has had a brilliant start with the Reds after signing a minor league deal at the end of the season. He broke home three times in his first 15 releases but has since fallen into a protracted slump, hitting just 0.106/.160/.128 with 20 shots in 50. previous discs.
Vosler, 29, has scored major league time the past three seasons. In 258 appearances on the plate of the Red Devils vs Giants Grand Tournament, he was the scorer of .210/.279/.408, who scored in both corners and in both corners. Vosler has also appeared in 345 Triple-A games in his career, scoring a dominant .272/.344/.485 slash along the way. This is the first purely career assignment of Vosler and he has less than three years of MLB service, so he has no right to turn down the mission in favor of free agency. He will stay with the Red Devils organization and hope to return to the 40-man squad at some point.