Milwaukee Brewers Release Pitcher After One Appearances With Team

Left-handed pitcher Thomas Pannone was recently released by the Milwaukee Brewers.

After being designated for assignment on Saturday, he passed through waivers unclaimed, leading to his release.

Pannone had a brief stint with the Brewers, making just one major league appearance and pitching 2.2 innings, allowing two earned runs. However, his performance in Triple-A was impressive, boasting a 2.70 ERA in 53.1 innings.

Despite showing promise at the minor league level, the Brewers decided to part ways with Pannone, granting him the opportunity to explore other teams as a free agent. At 29 years old, Pannone will now be able to seek new opportunities in the open market.

With his solid track record in the Triple-A and previous major league experience, he may find a new team willing to give him a chance to contribute at the highest level of baseball once again.

For his minor-league career, Pannone holds a decent 3.99 ERA, 1.24 WHIP, with 769 strikeouts across 773.2 innings and 168 appearances. Photo Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports