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Minnesota Twins Sign Veteran Pitcher Brad Peacock And Assign Him To St. Paul

ST. PAUL, MN *(July 29, 2022) - *The Minnesota Twins signed an experienced playoff pitcher, one that has nearly 200 games of Major League experience both as a starter and reliever. Right-handed pitcher Brad Peacock, who was dominant with the Omaha Storm Chasers (Kansas City Royals) this season, has been assigned to the St. Paul Saints upon signing a Minor League deal with the Twins.
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Twins, veteran RHP Brad Peacock agree to minors deal

The Twins signed veteran righty Brad Peacock to a minor-league contract and assigned him to Triple-A St. Paul, Brandon Warne of Access Twins tweets. Peacock was recently granted his release from a minor-league deal with the Royals. Once a high-quality starter and reliever for the Astros, the now-34-year-old Peacock’s career...
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Royals release Roman Quinn, Brad Peacock

The Omaha Storm Chasers, the Triple-A affiliate of the Royals, recently released three players, according to their transactions tracker, via Lynn Worthy of the Kansas City Star. The players are outfielder Roman Quinn, along with right-handers Brad Peacock and Brandon Barker. Quinn, 29, has gotten all of his MLB action...
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Royals, veteran RHP Brad Peacock agree to minors deal

The Royals have signed right-hander Brad Peacock to a minor-league contract, per their transactions log at MLB.com. The former Astros hurler was eligible to sign during the lockout because he wasn’t on a 40-man roster at season’s end, though he did briefly pitch with the Red Sox in 2021.
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Royals' Brad Peacock: Lands with KC on minor-league deal

Peacock signed a minor-league contract with the Royals on Monday. The 34-year-old enjoyed a productive three-year run as a swingman with the Astros from 2017 through 2019 -- he went 23-13 with a 3.46 ERA and 29.4 K% over 288.2 innings -- but recurring shoulder problems have derailed his career ever since. He's made only five appearances at the big-league level over the past two seasons, and at this stage in his career, the Royals may view him exclusively as a reliever. Peacock's deal likely includes an invitation to big-league spring training, but he'll still presumably be on the outside looking in for a spot on the Royals' Opening Day roster.
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Red Sox roster moves: Hirokazu Sawamura, Austin Davis activated; Brad Peacock, Stephen Gonsalves returned to Triple-A Worcester

Before opening up a pivotal three-game series against the Mariners at T-Mobile Park in Seattle on Monday, the Red Sox made a series of roster moves. First off, right-handed reliever Hirokazu Sawamura was activated from the COVID-19 related injured list, while left-handed reliever Austin Davis was activated from the paternity leave list.
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Red Sox's Brad Peacock: Sent to Triple-A

Peacock was optioned to Triple-A Worcester on Monday, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports. Peacock was promoted to the big leagues Sunday prior to the series finale against the White Sox, but he failed to take the mound and will not head back to the minors. He's appeared twice for Boston in 2021, surrendering nine runs on six hits while fanning three across 5.1 innings.
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Red Sox place Phillips Valdez on COVID-19 related injured list after reliever tests positive for virus; Brad Peacock selected from Triple-A Worcester

The Red Sox have placed reliever Phillips Valdez on the COVID-19 related injured list after the right-hander tested positive for coronavirus on Sunday. In a corresponding move, fellow righty Brad Peacock had his contract selected from Triple-A Worcester, the club announced shortly before the start of Sunday’s series finale against the White Sox at Guaranteed Rate Field.
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Red Sox's Brad Peacock: Back with Red Sox

The Red Sox recalled Peacock from Triple-A Worcester on Sunday, Julian McWilliams of The Boston Globe reports. The righty rejoins the Red Sox a day after being optioned, as Phillips Valdez tested positive for COVID-19 and left an open spot in the bullpen. Peacock will pitch in nothing but the lowest-leverage situations for as long as he sticks with the big-league roster.
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Red Sox's Brad Peacock: Works in long relief

Peacock tossed three innings in relief during Tuesday's 12-7 loss to the Rays, giving up four runs on four hits and a walk while striking out three. After making a spot start Sept. 1 against the Rays in his Red Sox debut, Peacock shifted to the bullpen with Boston bringing its rotation back to five men to begin the week. With Eduardo Rodriguez failing to escape the fourth inning in his start, Peacock and Michael Feliz were needed to provide length Tuesday. It's unclear if Peacock will continue to work in relief the rest of the week, as the team will have a need for a fifth starter Sept. 14 in Seattle after Nick Pivetta was forced to the COVID-19 injured list Tuesday following his positive test.
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Red Sox activate Hunter Renfroe, select Brad Peacock and Stephen Gonsalves; Josh Taylor and Hirokazu Sawamura placed on COVID-19 related injured list

Before taking on the Rays at Tropicana Field on Tuesday night, the Red Sox made yet another flurry of roster moves as they continue to battle against a COVID-19 outbreak. First off, relievers Josh Taylor and Hirokazu Sawamura were placed on the COVID-19 related injured lists, while right-hander Raynel Espinal was returned to Triple-A Worcester.
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