Moskos has been optioned to AAA with Meek returning.
The Pittsburgh Pirates have activated relief pitcher Evan Meek, and to create space on the 25-man roster, have optioned Daniel Moskos to Indianapolis. Meek was placed on the disabled list at the end of April, with Moskos getting his first call to the majors to take Meek's place at the time. Moskos wasn't used much, pitching 4.2 innings in five appearances in almost a month. He allowed just one unearned run on two hits, with three walks and a strikeout.
Meek struggled early this season, allowing eight runs, five earned, on 12 hits in eight innings, with an 8:5 K/BB ratio. In his rehab work with Indianapolis, he pitched four shutout innings, allowing one hit, no walks, and striking out six.
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