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Phillies' Cam Bedrosian: Sent to minor-league camp

Bedrosian was reassigned to minor-league camp Thursday. Bedrosian joined the Phillies on a minor-league deal in December, but he won't make the roster to begin the season. Though he struggled to a 7.20 ERA across five innings this spring, he also managed six strikeouts as opposed to two walks in that span. Bedrosian is still likely to contribute at the major-league level at some point this season in low-leverage role.
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MLB trade rumors and news: Phillies bring Cam Bedrosian back on minor league deal

The MLB Daily Dish is a daily feature we’re running here at MLBDD that rounds up roster-impacting news, rumors, and analysis. Have feedback or have something that should be shared? Hit us up at @mlbdailydish on Twitter or @MLBDailyDish on Instagram. Baseball as we know it has currently stalled...
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Former Oakland A’s pitcher Cam Bedrosian gets another chance

Cam Bedrosian did not get much of an opportunity to make an impact upon the Oakland A’s. He appeared in just nine games before being released, with the A’s being one of the three major league teams he suited up for last season. Although the A’s were entirely unable to fix the middle of their bullpen, Bedrosian was not the answer.
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PHILS SIGN CAM BEDROSIAN — SON OF THEIR ’87 CY-WINNER STEVE!

The Phillies have signed six right-handed pitchers to minor league contracts:. Cam Bedrosian, Andrew Bellatti, Jake Newberry, Joe Gatto, Tyler Cyr and Michael Kelly. Bedrosian emerged as a high-leverage arm early in his career with the Angels, highlighted by a brilliant 2016 campaign in which he pitched to a 1.12 ERA across 40 1/3 innings. Bedrosian remained in Anaheim through the end of 2020, but his formerly strong strikeout rate has dropped in recent seasons. That has come in conjunction with a downturn in fastball velocity from the 95-96 MPH range to around 92-93 over the past couple years.
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Phillies sign Cam Bedrosian, five other pitchers to minor-league contracts

Two weeks since the start of an owners’ lockout that froze all 40-man rosters, the Phillies on Tuesday announced the signings of six players — all right-handed pitchers — to minor-league contracts with non-roster invitations to major-league spring training. Veteran reliever Cam Bedrosian headlines the group, which...
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Phillies' Cam Bedrosian: Back with Phillies on minors deal

Bedrosian signed a minor-league contract which includes an invitation to spring training Tuesday. Bedrosian struggled to a 5.04 ERA in 25 innings with the Reds, Athletics and Phillies last season. His 4.35 ERA in 10.1 innings with the Phillies in September came with an 8:7 K:BB. He's still just 30 years old and owns a respectable 3.81 ERA across eight major-league seasons, however, so it's certainly possible he rebounds as a capable middle reliever next season.
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2021 report card: Cam Bedrosian

I tried really hard to find something fun to say about Cam Bedrosian. Here’s what I came up with:. You probably already knew that Cam Bedrosian is the second-best player with the last name Bedrosian to play for the Phillies, the first being 1987 NL Cy Young Award winner Steve Bedrosian (a.k.a Cam’s dad).
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Phillies' Cam Bedrosian: Opening bullpen game

Bedrosian will be the first pitcher on the mound for what's expected to be a bullpen game Thursday against the Cubs, Matt Breen of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Bedrosian has allowed two runs on three hits in 5.1 innings since joining the Phillies at the start of September. He has a bit of experience in the opener role, filling it seven times for the Angels back in 2019. He averaged just one inning per "start" that season and has averaged the same number over his 20 relief appearances this year, so don't expect him to last much longer than that this time around.
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Phillies select relievers Cam Bedrosian, Ramon Rosso

The Phillies announced they’ve selected the contracts of relievers Cam Bedrosian and Ramón Rosso. They will take the two additional active roster spots available to teams as part of September expansion. To create space on the 40-man roster, first baseman Rhys Hoskins has been transferred from the 10-day to the 60-day injured list, and shortstop Didi Gregorius has been placed on the restricted list.
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Phillies sign reliever Cam Bedrosian to minors deal

The Phillies have signed reliever Cam Bedrosian to a minor league contract, Matt Breen of the Philadelphia Inquirer was among those to relay. He’ll be assigned to Triple-A Lehigh Valley. Bedrosian will be joining his third organization of the year. After spending 2014-20 with the Angels, he signed with the...
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Phillies Add Veteran Reliever Cam Bedrosian

The Phillies beleaguered bullpen is hoping to get a lift. The Oakland A's designated Cam Bedrosian for assignment earlier in the week and today the Phillies are taking a swing, hoping he can help their bullpen. Bedrosian has struggled this season with a 5.52 ERA, 1.98 WHIP over 14 2/3...
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Righthander Cam Bedrosian elects free agency

Righthander Cam Bedrosian has cleared outright waivers and elected free agency, the A’s announced. The A’s are the second team to move on from Bedrosian this year. The 29-year-old began the season with the Reds, but he was cut loose after getting off to a horrid start. Oakland signed him to a minor-league deal shortly thereafter and selected him to the big league roster last month. He appeared in nine games for the A’s, tossing as many innings and allowing just two runs (on a pair of homers) with eight strikeouts and four walks.
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A’s call up minor leaguer tied for most home runs in the minor leagues; J.B. Wendelken reinstated, Cam Bedrosian DFA’d

OAKLAND — Frank Schwindel had a hunch a call-up was looming when he was added to the Oakland A’s team group text message chat without explanation at noon on Monday. No welcome message, just text with the team workout schedule. Schwindel went to his Triple-A Las Vegas Aviators manager Fran Riordan, who confirmed the first baseman would be headed to Oakland on Tuesday. His 29th birthday, no less.
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