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Top Riley Pint News

  • Rockies' Riley Pint: Heads back to Triple-A

    The Rockies optioned Pint to Triple-A Albuquerque on Wednesday.

    Pint made his 2024 debut Saturday, allowing two runs across two-thirds of an inning against the White Sox and will return to the minors without making another appearance. The 26-year-old will yield his spot on the active roster to Peter Lambert. Pint owns a 3.18 ERA across 17 innings with Albuquerque this season.

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  • Rockies' Riley Pint: Promoted from Triple-A

    Colorado recalled Pint from Triple-A Albuquerque on Friday, Patrick Lyons of JustBaseball.com reports.

    Pint will rejoin the Rockies after being optioned down to Albuquerque back in March. The 26-year-old righty will provide bullpen depth in place of Jake Bird (groin), who landed on the 15-day injured list Wednesday. Pint holds a 3.18 ERA and 1.53 WHIP across 17 innings with Colorado's Triple-A affiliate this season.

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  • Rockies' Riley Pint: Sent back to Triple-A

    The Rockies optioned Pint to Triple-A Albuquerque on Tuesday, Patrick Lyons of Just Baseball reports.

    Pint gets the boot even after tossing six scoreless innings this spring, though that did come with a 5:4 K:BB. The hard-throwing right-hander has major control issues but the swing-and-miss stuff to be a late-inning reliever if he can just get the walks to a passable level.

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  • Rockies' Riley Pint: Optioned back to Triple-A

    Colorado optioned Pint to Triple-A Albuquerque on Wednesday, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports.

    This move clears out a 26-man roster spot for Kyle Freeland (shoulder) as he readies to return to the Rockies' rotation Friday against the Athletics. Pint did not make an appearance during his two-game stay in the majors.

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  • Rockies' Riley Pint: Recalled from Triple-A

    Colorado recalled Pint from Triple-A Albuquerque on Tuesday, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports.

    Pint has struggled in both the minors and majors this season. The 25-year-old right-hander will likely operate in a low-leverage bullpen role.

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  • Rockies' Riley Pint: Optioned to Triple-A

    Colorado optioned Pint to Triple-A Albuquerque on Wednesday, Danielle Allentuck of The Denver Gazette reports.

    Pint made his MLB debut in a relief appearance Wednesday afternoon against the Reds and allowed one run on one hit and three walks while recording only one out. Karl Kauffmann will take over the vacant roster spot and start Friday against the Rangers.

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  • Rockies' Riley Pint: Promotion official

    The Rockies recalled Pint from Triple-A Albuquerque on Sunday.

    Colorado cleared a spot on the 26-man active roster for Pint by placing right-hander Ryan Feltner (head/concussion) on the 15-day injured list in a corresponding move. Pint, the No. 4 overall pick in the 2016 First-Year Player Draft, received his first call-up to the big leagues after posting a 7.41 ERA, 2.06 WHIP and 24:16 K:BB across 17 innings out of the Albuquerque bullpen.

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  • Rockies' Riley Pint: In line for first career call-up

    The Rockies plan to recall Pint from Triple-A Albuquerque ahead of Sunday's game against the Phillies, Russell Dorsey of Bally Sports reports.

    The No. 4 overall pick in the 2016 First-Year Player Draft, Pint has finally reached the big leagues after spending seven seasons in the minors and even retiring for a brief period in 2021. The 25-year-old right-hander made the conversion to full-time relief duty upon ending his retirement and pitched well enough between stops at Albuquerque and Double-A Hartford to earn a 40-man roster spot this offseason. Though he's turned in a 7.41 ERA and 2.06 WHIP in 17 innings at Albuquerque in 2023, Pint has had the misfortune of pitching in some hitter-friendly Pacific Coast League parks and has still struck out 27.9 percent of the batters he's faced for all of his struggles. Pint will likely be ticketed for low-leverage work out of the bullpen during his first stint in the majors.

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  • Rockies' Riley Pint: Shakes off oblique injury

    Pint (oblique) worked an inning of relief Saturday in Triple-A Albuquerque's 6-1 loss to Round Rock, giving up two earned runs on two hits and a walk while striking out two.

    Though an oblique strain sidelined Pint for a good chunk of Rockies camp, he avoided a season-opening stint on the big-league injured list or the minor-league IL. After being added to the 40-man roster over the winter, Pint appears to be on the cusp of making his MLB debut, but he'll first have to perform well at the Triple-A level before getting a call to the Colorado bullpen.

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  • Rockies' Riley Pint: Throws bullpen session

    Pint (oblique) threw a bullpen session Saturday, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports.

    Pint was added to the 40-man roster in November and seemingly had a chance to push for a bullpen spot, but the mild oblique strain he's been dealing with has taken him out of Opening Day consideration. Per Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post, he's been optioned to Triple-A Albuquerque, but the fact that he's progressed to a bullpen session means he should have the chance to push for his debut early in the year.

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  • Rockies' Riley Pint: No timeline

    Pint (oblique) is getting closer to throwing off a mound but has no official timetable to return, MLB.com reports.

    Pint suffered an oblique strain early in camp and has yet to throw since. He was added to the 40-man roster over the winter and entered the season with an outside chance to earn a role in the team's bullpen. This injury all but ends those hopes, though it sounds as if Pint should return to the mound shortly.

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  • Rockies' Riley Pint: Nursing oblique injury

    Rockies manager Bud Black said Wednesday that Pint is dealing with a mild oblique strain, Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post reports.

    Pint apparently sustained the injury during a workout Tuesday, though because the right-hander was able to finish the session despite some discomfort, Black is hopeful he won't miss too much time during camp. Pint was added to the Rockies' 40-man roster over the winter, but since he's made just three career appearances above the Double-A level, he doesn't appear to be a serious candidate to make Colorado's Opening Day roster even if he quickly moves past the injury.

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  • Rockies' Riley Pint: Joins 40-man roster

    Pint was added to the Rockies' 40-man roster Tuesday.

    Pint, the No. 4 overall pick in the 2016 draft, stepped away from baseball in 2021 after significant struggles, but he rejoined the Rockies in March of 2022 and had some success as a reliever at Double-A and Triple-A. Now 25 years old, the former starter will focus on honing his command in order to contribute to the big-league bullpen in 2023.

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  • Rockies' Riley Pint: Promoted to Triple-A

    Pint was promoted to Triple-A Albuquerque on Aug. 10.

    Pint has quietly had an impressive season after returning from a brief retirement. He's pitched exclusively out of the bullpen but maintained a 29.6 percent strikeout rate and 53.8 percent groundball rate across 42.2 innings with Double-A Hartford. Pint has walked far too many batters -- he had a walk rate of 15.6 percent in the same span -- but if he can find his control, he could resurrect his career as a high-leverage reliever.

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  • Rockies' Riley Pint: Ends retirement, rejoins Rockies

    Rockies player development director Chris Forbes announced Friday that Pint has ended his brief retirement and rejoined the organization, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports.

    Pint, whom the Rockies selected with the No. 4 overall pick in the 2016 First-Year Player Draft, previously announced plans to step away from baseball last June after he endured a slew of injuries and rampant control issues during his first six years in the professional ranks. At 6-foot-5 and 225 pounds, Pint's workhorse frame and big fastball that touches triple digits makes it easy to see why the Rockies fell in love with him leading up to the draft, but his poor results at nearly every stop of the minors thus far make it somewhat unlikely that he'll ever reach the majors. He's expected to open the upcoming campaign at High-A Spokane.

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  • Riley Pint: Stepping away from baseball

    Rockies assistant general manager of player development Zach Wilson announced Tuesday that Pint is retiring from baseball, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports.

    Colorado selected Pint with the fourth overall pick in the 2016 draft, but the right-hander's continuous battle through injuries and command issues has now led him to step away from the game. Pint reached his highest level of the minors this season, posting a 3.38 ERA with 17 strikeouts across 10.2 innings with High-A Spokane.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-5, 225 lbs
Birthplace: Lenexa, KS
Age: 26
Experience: R
Bats/Throws: R, R