Minnesota Twins will have pitcher Trevor May work in a relief pitching role in 2016

Lake Charles, Louisiana
March 16, 2016 7:06pm CST
Minnesota Twins manager Paul Molitor on Wednesday made the decision to inform right handed pitcher Trevor May to have work as a relief pitcher throughout the 2016 Major League Baseball season. May who is in his third season with the Minnesota Twins entered the Spring training sessions in 2016 in an attempt to become one of their starting pitchers at the start of the 2016 baseball season. May lost his last start giving up his three earned runs out of four in 2/2/3 innings pitched against the Baltimore Orioles on Saturday. May receive the news from the Twins management that his attempt to break into the starting pitching rotation that includes Glen Perkins, Kevin Jepsen and Casey Fein has come to an end. May could be making a starting pitching assignment during the 2016 baseball season as a spot starter. At least May can concentrate on working as a relief pitcher for the rest of the 2016 baseball season.
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@JohnRoberts (42328)
• Los Angeles, California
17 Mar 16
He can be grateful to still be on the major league roster rather than shipped down to AAA.
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
17 Mar 16
I am sure if May raises hell with the team he will be sent to the minors or get kicked out.