Aug 16, 2011, 12:48 PM EDT
Drew Pomeranz was always the centerpiece of the four-prospect package heading from the Indians to the Rockies for Ubaldo Jimenez, but because the 2010 first-round pick wasn’t eligible to be traded on July 31 he was officially included as a “player to be named later.”
Today marks the one-year anniversary of Pomeranz signing with the Indians, which means he’s eligible to be traded and officially became Rockies property, naturally announcing the move via Twitter.
Pomeranz has spent the past two weeks in PTBNL limbo, remaining with the Indians while not actually pitching in any games because they were basically just holding him for the Rockies. Now he’ll report to Double-A Tulsa after the No. 5 pick in last year’s draft posted a 1.98 ERA and 112/38 K/BB ratio in 91 innings between high Single-A and Double-A before the trade.
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