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TOR Brian Serven
Toronto Blue Jays
C: 10  
2024 Projected Value: $0
2024 Actual Value: $0 Difference: $0
Based on 10-team AL-only league

Player Stats      Daily Log
2024 proj 53 10 5 2 4 3 14 0 0.189 0.4
2024 8 0 1 0 0 1 4 0 0.000 -2.0
2023 23 3 0 0 1 0 10 0 0.130 -1.5
2022 187 38 19 6 16 13 44 0 0.203 2.7

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3/28/24 Blue Jays lose former third-ranked prospect to Reds on Opening Day. The Toronto Blue Jays wanted to ensure they had room on their Opening Day roster for Daniel Vogelbach and Brian Serven, and they lost Yosver Zulueta to do so. It was announced earlier this morning that the Jays had designated Zulueta for assignment, and not long after, the Cincinnati Reds scooped him up. The 26-year-old was listed as the Jays' 17th-best prospect but was as high as third a few seasons ago.
3/14/24 Blue Jays top Twins, earn fourth straight win. FORT MYERS, Fla. – Brian Serven hit a two-run homer in the third inning and the Toronto Blue Jays extended their win streak to four games with a 5-1 victory over the Minnesota Twins on Thursday in pre-season play. Davis Schneider contributed a run with a sacrifice fly, Rafael Lantigua added an RBI double, and Steward Berroa, with a bases-loaded walk, helped power the Toronto (10-9) attack. Related Videos 2:02 How Shohei Ohtani's conflicting buzz catches baseball world by storm before Dodgers deal announced How Shohei Ohtani's conflicting buzz catches baseball world by storm before Dodgers deal announced Atkins says Schneider made decision to pull Berrios in Blue Jays wildcard loss Blue Jays gear
2/26/24 Serven drives in five, Jays thump Pirates 8-4 for first pre-season win. Brian Serven hit a three-run homer and drove in five runs and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 8-4 Monday for their first win of spring training. Serven's two-out homer in the sixth inning came with Garrett Spain and Spencer Horwitz on base and put the Blue Jays up 6-0.
1/30/24 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
1/16/24 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.

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