Waldron has been transferred off the Power roster.
The Pittsburgh Pirates have transferred right handed pitcher Tyler Waldron off of the West Virginia roster in a corresponding move to add Colton Cain to the roster. The move isn't a big surprise. Waldron pitched last night, and wouldn't be available for a few days. The Pirates have too many pitching options in West Virginia, and constantly transfer guys on and off the roster, sending them out after they make an extended appearance, and bringing them back right before a start.
What's strange about this move is that Waldron didn't have a destination. He was listed as "TBA", which hasn't happened this year. Usually, when a player is transferred off the roster, their destination is announced. In a "paper move" to maximize roster sp...
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