|Toronto Blue Jays Outright Freshly Picked Up Catcher to Triple-A. Toronto Blue Jays Outright Freshly Picked Up Catcher to Triple-A After recently adding him to the organization, the Toronto Blue Jays have outrighted catcher Brian Serven to Triple-A Buffalo. Author: Brady Farkas Publish date: Jan 30, 2024 8:53 AM EST In this story: Toronto Blue Jays After just adding him to the organization, catcher Brian Serven has been outrighted to Triple-A by the Toronto Blue Jays . We recently wrote about Serven joining the organization and thought that he may contend for an Opening Day roster spot, but evidently the team is set to go with Alejando Kirk and Danny Jansen only. The Jays successfully snuck him through waivers, so he'll report to Triple-A Buffalo to start
|Blue Jays add 28-year-old catcher off waivers. The Toronto Blue Jays are adding a bit of depth to their catching pool. The Jays claimed Brian Serven off waivers via the Chicago Cubs, the team announced via X on Tuesday. A 28-year-old from Palm Desert, California, Serven was designated for assignment by the Cubs last Thursday and never actually suited up for the franchise. Originally claimed by the Cubs from Colorado on January 5, he lasted less than a week before he was DFA'd to clear roster space for Chicago on their 40-man roster.
|MLB insider believes Cubs will soon be 'most aggressive team' in free agency. The Chicago Cubs have been completely quiet so far in MLB free agency, but according to one insider, that could change very quickly with five weeks left until spring training. The Cubs have not signed any new MLB contracts yet this offseason, making a smattering of minor league moves and claiming catcher Brian Serven off waivers, but things could pick up quickly for the North Siders, according to USA Today's Bob Nightengale. In his Sunday column, Nightengale said that he believes the Cubs will add multiple high-end free agents in the weeks to come, and linked several names to the North Siders.
|Cubs Make First Addition to MLB Roster. Chicago Cubs Officially Make First Addition to Major League Roster After a long wait, the Chicago Cubs added their first player to their MLB roster this offseason. Author: Brad Wakai Publish date: Jan 6, 2024 7:00 PM EST In this story: Chicago Cubs Much of the conversation about the Chicago Cubs this offseason is surrounding their lack of aggression, resulting in zero additions to their Major League roster, becoming the last team who had yet to do so. That is until the Cubs officially announced they made their first addition to their 40-man roster after they claimed catcher Brian Serven off of waivers. And while it's certainly something, this likely isn't going to put to bed the uneasiness
|Cubs claim catcher Brian Serven off waivers from Rockies. The Chicago Cubs claimed catcher Brian Serven off waivers from the Colorado Rockies on Friday. The Cubs also agreed to a minor league contract with right-hander Colten Brewer that includes an invitation to big league camp for spring training. The 28-year-old Serven appeared in 11 games with Colorado last season, batting .130 (3 for 23) with one RBI.