Boston Red Sox Claim Pitcher Off Waivers From Orioles

The Boston Red Sox made a series of noteworthy roster moves recently.

Right-handed pitcher Logan Gillaspie was acquired off waivers from the Baltimore Orioles, and he has been added to the team's Triple-A roster.

Meanwhile, in a corresponding development, outfielder Jarren Duran's season has come to an unfortunate end due to a turf toe injury, necessitating his transfer to the 60-day injured list.

Gillaspie, a 26-year-old pitcher, had previously been with the Orioles and accumulated a 4.10 ERA across 26.1 innings.

His performance included a 15% strikeout rate and a 6.7% walk rate. In Triple-A this year, he's posted a 4.71 ERA over 36.1 innings with a 21.4% strikeout rate and a 10.1% walk rate.

The addition of Gillaspie provides the Red Sox with additional pitching depth as they navigate their roster.

These roster moves serve a dual purpose for the Red Sox. While the acquisition of Gillaspie bolsters their pitching options, the unfortunate injury to Duran necessitates his move to the 60-day injured list.

The Red Sox organization is adapting to these changes in order to maintain a competitive edge and address their team's needs. Photo Credit: Eric Canha-USA TODAY Sports