Minor MLB Transactions: 4/7/21

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By Anthony Franco | April 7, 2021 at 10:36pm CDTThe newest minor strikes from round baseball, all courtesy of Chris Hilburn-Trenkle of Baseball America:
The Rockies lately signed first baseman Matt Adams to a minor-league deal. The slugging lefty has been assigned to Colorado’s alternate coaching website, per Kyle Newman of The Denver Put up. Adams has performed for the Cardinals, Nationals and Braves over the previous 9 seasons. He was a reasonably important a part of Washington’s large league roster as lately as 2019, though he solely picked up 51 plate appearances with Atlanta final 12 months earlier than being reduce unfastened. The Rockies have tabbed C.J. Cron as their common first baseman to begin the 12 months.
The Cubs signed Andrew Romine to a minors contract. The veteran utilityman has performed with the Angels, Tigers, Rangers and Mariners over an enormous league profession that started in 2010. Romine was in camp with the Twins in Spring Coaching however opted out after Minnesota declined so as to add the 35-year-old to the MLB roster. Romine’s youthful brother Austin Romine is a catcher on the Cubs’ main league staff, though the backstop is presently on the 10-day injured listing.
The White Sox signed outfielder Zack Granite and right-hander Keyvius Sampson to minor-league offers. Granite is a speedy outfielder who picked up 107 MLB plate appearances with the 2017 Twins. He has since hung out within the Rangers’ and Yankees’ techniques however hasn’t made it again to the large leagues. Sampson pitched within the majors with the Reds from 2015-16 and with the Hanwha Eagles of the Korea Baseball Group in 2018. He returned to the U.S. on a minors take care of the Giants in 2019 however didn’t get again to the majors.

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