By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Philadelphia Phillies have activated right-handed pitcher Víctor Arano off of the 10-day disabled list. He has been on the disabled list since April.
He has been hampered with a right rotator cuff strain. In a corresponding move, the team has opted right-handed pitcher Yacksel Rios to Triple-A Lehigh Valley.
The Phillies, who are 25-17 on the season, will be eligible to use Arano on Saturday. Philadelphia is on the road against the St. Louis Cardinals, who are 24-18, and first pitch will be at 2:15 pm at Busch Stadium.
Prior to going on the disabled list, Arano, 23-years-old, had 0.75 ERA through 12 innings. He also has 0.67 WHIP and 13/3 K/BB ratio.
Through 10 games, he also allowed just one run and five hits.
Rios, 24-years-old, went 3-1 with one hold in 18 games with the Phillies. He had a 5.29 ERA with a 1.71 WHIP, along with 18 strikeouts and seven walks in 17 innings.
According to the Phillies webpage, Arano has the third-best era on the team. Zach Eflin, who will start Saturday’s game against the Cardinals, has 0.71 ERA.
Seranthony Domínguez has the best ERA on the team. Through 4 2/3 innings and five games, he has not allowed a run. He has 0.00 ERA.
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