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MLB Breaking News: Blue Jays Acquire RHP Jeremy Beasley

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MLB Breaking News, the Toronto Blue Jays have acquired right-handed pitcher Jeremy Beasley from the Arizona Diamondbacks for Cash Considerations. The Blue Jays have been battling injuries throughout their lineup but the pitching rotation and entire pitching staff have been hit the hardest.

MLB Breaking News: Jeremy Beasley Joining Blue Jays

Right-handed pitcher Jeremy Beasley is the newest addition to the Toronto Blue Jays, he has been transferred to the alternate training site to get acclimated to the team before joining the team eventually down the road. To make room for the newest acquisition, the Blue Jays have transferred right-handed pitcher Thomas Hatch to the 60-day injured list as he continues to battle right elbow impingement.

Jeremy Beasley is in his second MLB season after making his debut with the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2020, he appeared in one inning and has two strikeouts with a 0.00 ERA. Now, the 25-year old right-hander was a 30th round selection of the Los Angeles Angels at the 2017 amateur draft. Jeremy was traded to the Arizona Diamondbacks in January 2020 for Matt Andriese who was dealt to the Angels in return.

Jeremy Beasley spent three seasons in the minor leagues with the Los Angeles Angels affiliates, after being drafted from Clemson University. The Blue Jays right-hander had a 16-15 record in the minors, a 3.56 ERA in 68 games, he started 48 of those games over three seasons. He will likely get some action with the Blue Jays very soon as Toronto continues to juggle the pitching staff while dealing with injuries.

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