On Monday, the Cincinnati Reds claimed Kyle Crockett off of waivers and the Milwaukee Brewers claimed Dylan Baker.
Both players were designated for assignment on November 20th at the Rule 5 40-man roster deadline.
Waiver claims this afternoon
Both were designated on November 20 at the Rule V 40-man roster deadline.
— Tribeinsider (@tribeinsider) November 27, 2017
Kyle Crockett played four seasons with the Cleveland Indians and made 107 appearances. Crockett has a record of 4-1 in his career, an ERA of 3.44, pitched 65.1 innings, has walked 23, struck out 62 batters, and averaged 8.5 strikeouts per nine innings.
Crockett only made 4 appearances during the 2017 season with the Indians, 1.2 innings pitched, and had an ERA of 10.80.
Dylan Baker was drafted by the Indians in the 2012 draft but has not yet made his major league debut. Baker has played five minor league seasons. Baker has started in 48 games and has made 65 appearances, has a record of 12-11, an ERA of 3.58, one complete game, 241.2 innings pitched, 213 strikeouts, has walked 98 batters, and averages 7.9 strikeouts per nine innings.
During the 2017 season, Baker played with the Akron RubberDucks and made 13 apperances, had a record of 0-1, an ERA of 2.84, 12.2 innings pitched, walked one batter, and struck out 10.