On the afternoon of this Tuesday, August 24, it was announced that Boston Red Sox has optioned Jarren Duran to Minor League (MiLB) branches as part of the recent moves on your poster. The considered super rookie of Red Sox He will continue the campaign in Las Menores but could return to the ‘big’ team for the Postseason.
Various media such as MassLive.com journalist Chris Cotillo reported that the Boston Red Sox sent Jarren Duran to the Minor Leagues, a move that was later confirmed by the organization.
Duran was sent to Worcester, Triple-A branch of the Red Sox, and his spot on the active Major League roster was filled by right-hander Tanner Houck, according to the report.
The 24-year-old was ranked as one of the best prospects in the Red Sox and in all of MLB, but couldn’t keep up a good pace in his first season as a major league.
Jarren Duran saw action in 27 games of the 2021 MLB Season with the Red Sox, hitting .221 with two home runs and struck out 33 times; situation that will surely have to work in MiLB to return to Las Mayores in the future.
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