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Posted: February 28, 2019, 9:59 PM Post
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I saw the same thing the other day and wondered the same thing. Maybe there is a different rule about how the 4th option is used? I would have thought that all options would be treated the same and he'd need to be down in minors for 20 days.


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Posted: March 01, 2019, 7:41 AM Post
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I don't think it really matters whether Guerra has an option or not. I don't see him going down to AAA at any point this year. I think he stands a really good shot of taking off as a shut-down leverage multi-inning reliever.


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Posted: March 01, 2019, 8:31 AM Post
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Fourth Minor League Option

Most players get only three minor league options, but a player who has accrued less than five "full seasons" is eligible for a 4th minor league option.

For the purpose of determining eligibility for a 4th minor league option, a player accrues a "full season" when he spends at least 90 days on the Active List of an MLB and/or minor league club or clubs in a given season, or (in seasons prior to 2012) spends at least 60 days but less than 90 days on the Active List of an MLB and/or minor league club or clubs followed by an Injured List assignment where the combined time spent on the Active List and the Injured List equals at least 90 days or (beginning with the 2012 season) spends at least 30 days but less than 90 days on the Active List of an MLB and/or minor league club or clubs followed by an Injured List assignment where the combined time spent on the Active List and the Injured List equals at least 90 days.

If a player qualifies for a 4th minor league option year, the 4th option is available during Spring Training and for the entire MLB regular season.


Guerra now has more than five full seasons in affiliated pro ball - the 4th option is gone.


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Posted: March 01, 2019, 9:06 AM Post
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Mass Haas said:
Fourth Minor League Option

Most players get only three minor league options, but a player who has accrued less than five "full seasons" is eligible for a 4th minor league option.

For the purpose of determining eligibility for a 4th minor league option, a player accrues a "full season" when he spends at least 90 days on the Active List of an MLB and/or minor league club or clubs in a given season, or (in seasons prior to 2012) spends at least 60 days but less than 90 days on the Active List of an MLB and/or minor league club or clubs followed by an Injured List assignment where the combined time spent on the Active List and the Injured List equals at least 90 days or (beginning with the 2012 season) spends at least 30 days but less than 90 days on the Active List of an MLB and/or minor league club or clubs followed by an Injured List assignment where the combined time spent on the Active List and the Injured List equals at least 90 days.

If a player qualifies for a 4th minor league option year, the 4th option is available during Spring Training and for the entire MLB regular season.


Guerra now has more than five full seasons in affiliated pro ball - the 4th option is gone.


Also looks like the 4th option can only be used during the year that they received the 4th option and that it can’t be carried over to the next season. Good to know, thanks!


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Posted: March 12, 2019, 7:30 AM Post
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Thanks for the info, Mass Haas, I have removed Guerra's 4th option.

Also, with the first round of Spring Training cuts, I have removed all 2018-related notes about options burned.

Marcos Diplan, Trey Supak, and Aaron Wilkerson have all been optioned to Minor League camp, and will each burn an option 20 days into the regular season (which I have marked as 4/16/19).


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Posted: March 13, 2019, 8:55 AM Post
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Update: Mauricio Dubon, Troy Stokes Jr. and Tyrone Taylor have been optioned to minor-league camp.


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Posted: March 17, 2019, 12:36 PM Post
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Update: Jacob Nottingham has been optioned to minor-league camp.

Adrian Houser was also, but as was established on this thread, he will burn that 4th option regardless this year.


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Posted: March 22, 2019, 12:52 PM Post
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Update: Cory Spangenberg and Tyler Saladino have been optioned to minor-league camp.

Added Alex Wilson to the pitchers list, will update later with the corresponding 40-man move (if necessary, they may just move Bobby Wahl to the 60-day DL). As far as I can tell, Wilson has no more options remaining, but it wouldn't really matter because he has more than 5 years of service time and would have to approve being sent to the Minors anyways.


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Posted: March 25, 2019, 7:24 AM Post
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Update: Erik Kratz has been removed after his trade to the San Francisco Giants.


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Posted: March 26, 2019, 3:36 PM Post
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Update: Jake Petricka has been optioned.


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Posted: April 05, 2019, 10:30 AM Post
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Update: Donnie Hart has been claimed from the Orioles and placed on the 40-man roster (Wahl moved to 60-day IL to make room).

He was optioned during spring training before he was DFA'd, so I'm not entirely sure how the days work for when he's kind of in no man's land between teams, but for now I'll assume that he'll burn his 3rd and final option on the same day all other players will who were optioned during ST.


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Posted: April 07, 2019, 8:29 PM Post
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Update:

Taylor Williams has been optioned to AAA. He will burn his 3rd and final option if he spends 20 days in the Minors.

Jack Petricka was recalled before burning his 2nd option. If he spends another 10 days in the minors this year, he would burn an option. Alternatively, if he spends 15 days in the Majors, he can't be sent to the Minors without his permission.


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Posted: April 14, 2019, 1:07 PM Post
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Update:

David Freitas has been acquired from the Mariners. His MLB page is a bit confusing and I can't tell if he has any options left.


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Posted: April 15, 2019, 9:29 AM Post

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his 2017 transactions listed on mlb.com are a bit puzzling. a player cannot be recalled unless his contract is selected first. there's nothing from 2017 that shows he was added to the 40-man roster prior to making the braves' 25-man roster on 30 august 2017.

from what i can see on mlb.com, he should just be about to burn his second option in 2019.


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Posted: April 15, 2019, 1:33 PM Post
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djoctagone said:
his 2017 transactions listed on mlb.com are a bit puzzling. a player cannot be recalled unless his contract is selected first. there's nothing from 2017 that shows he was added to the 40-man roster prior to making the braves' 25-man roster on 30 august 2017.

from what i can see on mlb.com, he should just be about to burn his second option in 2019.


I think I'm just going to have to assume that the first recall was really when his contract was selected, which means he has thus far only burned one option in 2018 and, like you said, is about to burn his 2nd option for 2019.


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Posted: April 16, 2019, 1:52 PM Post
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Update:

Freddy Peralta to the IL. Jake Petricka optioned back to the Minors. Petricka is right on that line of about to lose his next option, but also getting very close to 5 years of MLB service time, so the Brewers are clearly trying to maintain flexibility with him as long as possible.

Jeffress has been activated from the IL, and Aaron Wilkerson has been recalled from AAA. I believe Wilkerson has not burned his 2019 option yet (I believe he would if he'd spent the rest of the day in AAA), but he will if he's optioned again at any point this year.


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Posted: April 17, 2019, 8:59 AM Post
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Update:

A whole bunch of minor leaguers burned their 2019 option officially today since they have been optioned for 20 days.

Numbers have been adjusted, with a new note to indicate that a player has burned an option this year, so for example if a player has "0" next to their name, that means they are out of options this year and can't be optioned in 2019. If they have "0-", it means they burned their final option in 2019 and are still able to be optioned for the remainder of the 2019 season.


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Posted: April 17, 2019, 11:54 AM Post
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Update:

Alex Wilson placed on paternity list (congrats, Alex).

Petricka has been recalled to take his place. His line here is getting harder and harder to maintain as he nears two possible threshholds for the year, but it should get easier in the next few weeks as he reaches one or the other (or both, possibly).


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Posted: April 19, 2019, 11:40 AM Post
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Update:

No official word yet, but seems like Corbin Burnes and Jake Petricka have been optioned. Donnie Hart has been recalled from AAA and Alex Wilson has been reinstated from the paternity list.

Petricka continues to be the toughest line to maintain in this thread, as he is 9 days away from burning his 2019 option but also only a few days away from 5 years of MLB service time. Something's gotta give soon...


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Posted: April 23, 2019, 9:06 AM Post
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Update:

Guerra placed on bereavement leave, Hart optioned to AAA.

Petricka and Houser recalled.


Also, Chase Anderson has reached 5 years of service time and can no longer be optioned to the Minor Leagues without his consent.


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