May 21, 2024

Jays closer Jordan Romano off IL, earns save in season debut

Before Tuesday night’s match against the New York Yankees, the Toronto Blue Jays released All-Star closer Jordan Romano and right-hander Erik Swanson from the 15-day wounded list.

Since spring training, Swanson has been sidelined due to proper elbow inflammation, while Romano has had proper elbow inflammation. He gave up a work in the seventh game on Tuesday but made his season debut by giving Oswaldo Cabrera the ground out with the game-tying run in the third inning. The Blue Jays won 5-4.

Toronto sold right-hander Nate Pearson to Triple-A Buffalo. Righty Mitch White was designated for project.

Romano, who turns 31 on Sunday, went 5-7 with a 2. In 40 images last season, the AL All-Star team made up for the second time in a row, with a 90-ERA record and 36 saves. He next pitched in a spring training activity on March 10 and made minor league rehab starts for Triple-A Buffalo on Thursday and Saturday.

Swanson, 30, appeared in 69 matches for Toronto in 2023, going 4-2 with a 2. 97 ERA and four saves in six prospects. His next spring training activity was on March 13 and he made three images for the Bisons on Thursday and Saturday, April 7.

A four-year senior, Pearson was demoted despite never allowing a work in six looks this year. In 61 pitches, Patterson has allowed four visits and nine strikeouts.

White stopped a 20-game winless streak with Toronto on March 31 by striking three scoreless innings in the Dodgers ‘ three wickets victory over Tampa Bay. He had a 7. Before being cut, he had a 71 ERA in his next three starts.

The Associated Press contributed to this statement.