Roster Moves: Miller, Daley, Francis


Just a day after the Masahiro Tanaka news, the Yankees are making some roster changes. Here were the moves that occured within the last hour.

Jeff Francis: Let’s start with the trade the Yankees made. The Yankees acquired Jeff Francis and cash considerations from the Oakland Athletics for a PTBNL. Francis was 0-1 with a 6.08 ERA in 13.1 innings for the A’s.

Matt Daley: The Yankees have called up Matt Daley from Triple-A Scranton Wilkes-Barre to give the bullpen some depth. As a corresponding move, the Yankees have designated Jim Miller for assignment, just one day after he gave up five runs on six hits in relief resulting in a 9-3 loss to the Cleveland Indians.

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3 Responses to Roster Moves: Miller, Daley, Francis

  1. hotdog says:

    this is really a non-move…Cashman's looking for that needle in the haystack…can't blame him but this is a nothing move…does he give the bullpen some needed rest? maybe that is the only hope here…mop up man…

  2. tom says:

    Francis had started games for Reds (AAA and MLB) until he was traded to Oakland where he had yet to start a single start. I am pretty sure he will start this Sunday and rest of the season.

    McCarthy and Francis need a reversal of misfortune to help Yankees.

    • mlblogsnewyorkyankees13 says:

      I thought Francis could be a starter too…but Girardi said he's not stretched out. If he wants to make the rotation, he has to be able to throw more than 30-40 pitches.

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