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  • Drew Maggi: Let go by Pittsburgh

    Maggi was released by the Pirates on Sunday, Pat Ragazzo of SI.com reports. Maggi made his major-league debut in late April and racked up two hits over three games, but he was quickly cast off the 40-man roster. The 34-year-old will now have the option to seek out other opportunities.
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  • Pirates' Drew Maggi: Removed from 40-man roster

    Maggi cleared waivers and was outrighted to Double-A Altoona by the Pirates on Friday. Maggi became a great story when he finally made the majors as a 33-year-old and picked up a couple hits during his brief stay, but he was never destined to stick around. He's now off the 40-man roster.
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  • Pirates' Drew Maggi: Staying on as 27th man

    Maggi was optioned Saturday to Triple-A Indianapolis but will remain with the Pirates as the 27th man for their doubleheader against the Nationals. Maggi gets one more day in the majors before heading back down to the farm Sunday. The career minor-leaguer appeared in a big-league lineup for the first time Thursday at age 33. He went 0-for-3.
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  • Pirates' Drew Maggi: Getting first MLB start

    Maggi will start at third base and bat eighth for the Pirates on Thursday afternoon against the Dodgers, Justice delos Santos of MLB.com reports. It's Maggi's first-ever appearance in a major-league starting lineup, and it comes at age 33. The career minor-leaguer was called up when the Pirates placed Bryan Reynolds on the bereavement list last weekend, and he's stuck around through Reynolds' return to the team Wednesday.
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  • Pirates' Drew Maggi: Contract selected from Double-A

    The Pirates selected Maggi's contract from Double-A Altoona on Sunday. Maggi will take the place of Bryan Reynolds on the 26-man roster with Reynolds placed on the bereavement list. The 33-year-old will have a chance to make his MLB debut if he gets into a game with Pittsburgh after spending 13 seasons in the minors with four different organizations.
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  • Pirates' Drew Maggi: Returned to minors camp

    The Pirates reassigned Maggi to minor-league camp Monday. Maggi had a very strong spring with the Pirates, batting .345 with three homers, nine RBI, eight runs and a stolen base over 29 at-bats in 24 contests. He'll likely return to Double-A Altoona Curve to start the 2023 campaign, but he appears likely to move up the ranks quickly this summer if he can stay hot at the plate.
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  • Phillies' Drew Maggi: Catches on with Phillies

    Maggi signed a minor-league contract with the Phillies on Friday. Maggi spent three days on the Twins' active roster last September, but he didn't leave the bench and is still awaiting his MLB debut. He's expected to open the upcoming season with the Phillies' Triple-A affiliate after he spent the majority of the 2021 campaign at Triple-A St. Paul in Minnesota's organization. Over 370 plate appearances at St. Paul, the 32-year-old corner infielder hit .252 with 16 home runs and 12 stolen bases.
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  • Twins' Drew Maggi: Sent back to Triple-A

    Maggi was optioned to Triple-A St. Paul on Tuesday, Brandon Warne of Access Twins reports. Maggi received his first call-up at age 32 on Saturday but didn't get into a game. He'll head back to the minors with Andrelton Simmons returning from the restricted list.
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  • Twins' Drew Maggi: Returns from IL

    Triple-A St. Paul reinstated Maggi (undisclosed) from the 7-day injured list Wednesday. Maggi hadn't played for St. Paul since May 9 due to the injury. The 32-year-old third baseman has yet to make his MLB debut and is viewed as more of an organizational depth piece rather than a prospect at this point.
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  • Twins' Drew Maggi: Added to 60-man player pool

    Maggi was included in Minnesota's 60-man player pool ahead of summer camp before the 2020 season begins, MLB.com reports. Maggi spent last season in the Twins' organization, where he hit .258/.384/.405 with 10 home runs, 46 RBI and nine stolen bases while playing for Triple-A Rochester. He's likely to spend most his time with with Minnesota's alternate training site, but gives the Twins an older veteran minor leaguer for depth.
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  • Twins' Drew Maggi: Re-signs with Twins

    Maggi signed a minor-league contract with the Twins on Thursday. Maggi spent last season in the Twins' organization, where he hit .258/.384/.405 with 10 home runs, 46 RBI and nine stolen bases while playing for Triple-A Rochester. The 30-year-old has yet to appear in the majors, but he will likely be a non-roster invitee during spring training.
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  • Twins' Drew Maggi: Signs with Twins

    Maggi signed a minor-league contract with the Twins on Wednesday, Brandon Warne of ZoneCoverage.com reports. Maggi toiled at Triple-A for a second consecutive season, hitting a respectable .272/.333/.345 with 11 stolen bases in 64 games with Columbus. He served a 50-game suspension at the beginning of the year after testing positive for Amphetamine. The utility man, who turns 30 in March, figures to offer organizational depth for the Twins in 2019.
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  • Indians' Drew Maggi: Lands on minor-league DL

    Maggi was placed on the minor-league disabled list Monday with a right hamstring strain. The move is retroactive to Saturday, so Maggi will be eligible to return Aug. 18 should he prove ready. The 29-year-old is hitting .269/.333/.353 across 54 games with Triple-A Columbus this season.
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  • Indians' Drew Maggi: Back from suspension

    Maggi was activated from suspension Wednesday. Maggi will join Triple-A Columbus after serving a 50-game suspension for testing positive for Amphetamine. The 29-year-old, who has yet to reach the majors, hit .271/.367/.392 across 84 games for Triple-A Oklahoma City in 2017.
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  • Indians' Drew Maggi: Suspended 50 games

    Maggi was handed a 50-game suspension after testing positive for Amphetamine, Jordan Bastian of MLB.com reports. Maggi is with Triple-A Columbus after spending spring training with the Indians as a non-roster invitee. The infielder has yet to play a game at the major-league level and spent the entirety of the 2017 season with the Dodgers' Triple-A affiliate.
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