NEW YORK – The Latest on Major League Baseball Trades (All Times East):
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The 29-year-old Duvall has completed 15 homers with 61 RBIs, but only hits .205 this season. 19659010] Duvall has scored 64 home matches in the past two seasons, including 31 in 2017. In 2016, he was an NL All-Star.
Duvall has also been a finalist for the Rawlings Gold Glove Award in each of the last two seasons. 19659012] ___
The Minnesota Twins have sold right-handed Lance Lynn to first-time outfielder Tyler Austin and right-hander Luis Rijo to the New York Yankees.
Minnesota will send $ 2 million to the Yankees as part of the Monday deal to cover half of the $ 4 million available in Lynn's $ 12 million salary.
31-year-old Lynn was 7-8 with a 5.10 ERA in 20 starts for the Twins and ran 62 and strikeout of 100 in 102 1/3 innings. With the Yankees, he will likely be a long-time helper to replace Adam Warren, who moved to Seattle on Monday.
Austin, 26, made his Major League debut against Tampa Bay in August 2016, along with Aaron Judge's first teammates to host their first Major League at-hats in the same game.
But Austin never became a regular in the Yankees.
The Yankees have behaved correctly. Hander Adam Warren to the Seattle Mariners for $ 1.25 million in international signing bonus pool allotment.
The 30-year-old Warren, often used as a long-term helper, was 0-2 with a 2.70 ERA in 24 appearances this season, interrupted by a stay on the disabled list from April 21st to June 3rd caused by one strained back. He has a salary of $ 3,315,000 and is eligible to operate free of charge after the World Series.
New York has raised its bonus pool from its original $ 5,002,600 to $ 8,752,600 and lowered its 40-man roster to 38+ Jacoby Ellsbury and Ben Heller's 60-day disabled list
World Series Champion Astros exchanged Ken Giles for the Toronto Blue Jays with two pitches for Roberto Osuna.
Houston also sent right-handed David Paulino and Hector Perez to Toronto as part of the deal Monday, a day before the deadline for trades without waiver.
23-year-old Osuna will be able to play in the big leagues from Sunday onwards – break from the major domestic baseball violence policy. He has played six scoreless one-on-one mines since July 14, the last three at Triple-A.
Osuna has not pitched since May 6, two days before taking his place in the big leagues, having been charged with a count of the attack in Toronto – which is still pending. Osuna is 0-0 with nine saves in 10 chances and a 2.93 ERA in 15 games this season. He was an All-Star last year, when he saved 3-4 with 39 and went to a 3.38 ERA.
The Seattle Mariners have added their bullpen by acquiring left-handed Zach Duke from the Minnesota Twins for a few minor leaguers.
Seattle took a second step in a few days to support its relief corps. Seattle sent launcher Chase De Jong and infielder Ryan Costello to the Twins on Monday, less than 24 hours before the deadline for renouncing the deal.
Seattle CEO Jerry Dipoto recently said he hopes to add another right to the Bullpen, as well as a left-handed helper. He did both by acquiring Sam Tuivailala from St. Louis late last week and then landing Duke. The Mariners are in the middle of the AL West and wild card races.
The 35-year-old Duke is 3-4 with a 3.62 ERA in 45 appearances for the twins. He has limited left-handed doughs to an average of .237 in this season.
The Mariners will be Duke's seventh team in the last six seasons. He signed in the offseason at Minnesota.
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