The Milwaukee Brewers have sent reliever Tyler Cravy back down to their Triple “A” farm club at Colorado Springs, allowing them to add a fifth outfielder to their roster.
The Brewers recalled Alex Presley from Colorado Springs after last night’s game.
Cravy pitched the final inning of last night’s game against the Twins. He allowed one run, which raised his ERA to 3.18 with no record in five appearances.
Presley was the final position player the Brewers cut at the end of Spring Training. He’ll become a third left-handed hitting outfield option for the Brewers, joining Ramon Flores and Kirk Nieuwenhuis.