The Miami Marlins have acquired left handed pitcher Sean Nolin from the Minnesota Twins for cash considerations.
Adding Nolin will give the Marlins some depth in the minors though its uncertain if the 33-year-old will appear at the major league level for the team.
Nolin appeared in a career high 10 games during the 2021 season for the Washington Nationals going 0-2 with a 4.39 ERA. He made five starts for the Nationals that season.
Last year Nolin played in the KBO playing for the Kia Tigers where he compiled a 2.47 ERA, 1.12 WHIP and a 108/24 K/BB ratio across 124 innings. Nolin would sign a minor league contract with the Twins over the winter.
Nolin has also made appearances in the majors for Toronto and Oakland. Nolin made headlines in 2021 when he was given a five-game suspension and fine for intentionally hitting then Atlanta first baseman Freddie Freeman.