The Red Sox made a very minor move this afternoon. They claimed Sandy Rosario off of waivers from the Marlins.
The Red Sox made a couple of minor moves on Wednesday. They claimed righty reliever Sandy Rosario off of waivers from Miami, and, in order to clear a spot on the 40-man roster, designated outfielder Che-Hsuan Lin for assignment.
Rosario is 27 years old and had a 1.04 ERA and 16 saves pitching at the Triple A level for New Orleans this season. He has pitched in 10 major-league games since 2010, allowing 13 earned runs in 7.2 innings.
Again, this is a very minor move. Don't let those numbers in AAA fool you, he is not that good. Rosario will probably never have an impact on the Red Sox if they do hold on to him for the 2013 season. He is another one of those "4-A" pitchers that dazzle in the minors and completely suck in the majors.
I have already forgotten his name.