The trade deadline for Major League Baseball had finally passed, which resulted in two former Notre Dame players being released from their respective organizations.
One player’s future is in the air, while the other is moving on to play for a different group. This year, both players have shown little strength in their performance.
After playing in Major League Baseball for 12 seasons with four different teams, A.J. Pollock was sent to the San Francisco Giants from the Seattle Mariners.
. Pollock is now on the injured list due to a strained left hamstring, but he may be reinstated shortly. His slash line of. is the worst of his career.
The Giants, who are fighting for a spot in the postseason, are looking to add additional outfield depth to make up for the temporary loss of Mike Yastrzemski, who is injured.
Trey Mancini has been designated for assignment by the Chicago Cubs to make roster space available for Jeimer Candelario, who was obtained from the Washington Nationals in a trade.
Although Mancini has spent most of the season serving as the starting first baseman for the Cubs, he has struggled offensively this year. The. slash line that he had for the season is by far the lowest total for home runs that he has ever posted for an entire season.