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Bradley, Marshall Up; Barrett, Buschmann Down

The consequences of last night's 14-inning affair are felt in a series of roster moves to bolster the pitching staff.

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Bradley is making his second big league stint after making his debut last year. He put up a 5.80 ERA in 35.2 innings with the big club last year. His presence would seem to indicate that Rubby De La Rosa is unable to make his start against the Giants tomorrow. Bradley has gone 1-1 with a 4.05 ERA in Reno thus far.

Marshall is up for the first time since early 2015 when he was demoted after a series of poor outings. Of course, his season was defined by a line-drive to the head he took in a Triple-A game that was life threatening, but he was able to pull through, with some help from a Good Baseball Dog(TM). (In fact, lest we forget, Bradley was also hit by a line drive last year, so it's pretty awesome that both of these guys are getting big league chances again.) Marshall has been able to get back on a mound this year, and has put up a 7.72 ERA in Reno (albiet in only three appearances)

Jake Barrett made his Major League debut this year. The Arizona State product appeared in 6 games and put up a 3.86 ERA in 7 IP.

The 32-year old Matt Buschmann also made his Major League debut this year, but only after many years in the minors with 6 organizations. He appeared in three games putting up a 2.08 ERA in 4.1 IP.