MILWAUKEE, WI - AUGUST 15: Josh Wilson #9 of the Milwaukee Brewers throws the baseball for a double play as Casey Blake #23 of the Los Angeles Dodgers runs at Miller Park on August 15 2011 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (Photo by Scott Boehm/Getty Images)
Let's take a look at the players who were outrighted to Triple-A today:
- The Milwaukee Brewers outrighted infielder Josh Wilson to Class Triple-A Nashville, the club announced. Wilson, 30, started the year with the Arizona Diamondbacks Triple-A affiliate before the Brewers claimed him in late May. He hit .227/.266/.360 in 82 plate appearances with the Brewers major league club, playing every position except center field, right field, pitcher, and catcher.
- The Milwaukee Brewers also announced the outright of right-handed pitcher Mark DiFelice to Class Triple-A Nashville. The 35-year-old DiFelice spent most of his season at Class Triple-A Nashville, though he did throw three innings for the Brewers at the major league level. DiFelice posted a 2.17 ERA and 31/6 strikeout/walk ratio across 29 innings of work for Triple-A Nashville.