Former two-way player McGuire joins Lugnuts' bullpen

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LANSING, Mich. – In conjunction with the Toronto Blue Jays, pitcher Andy McGuire has been transferred to the Lansing Lugnuts from the Short-Season Class-A Vancouver Canadians.

McGuire, 24, was drafted in the 28th round in 2018 from the University of Texas. He was a two-way player with both the Longhorns and the Advanced-Rookie Bluefield Blue Jays last year, appearing in the starting lineup when he was not being used as a relief pitcher, but has worked solely as a pitcher this year for Vancouver: 12 appearances, a 3.91 ERA, with seven walks and 12 strikeouts in 23 innings.

Lansing’s official roster is attached, with 24 active players, seven players on the Injured List and one player on the Temporarily Inactive List.

The Lugnuts (15-15, 47-52) head on a three-day road trip to West Michigan from Wednesday through Friday, returning home on Saturday for Oregon Trail Night with a Daniel Norris Bobblehead Giveaway! For more information, visit or call (517) 485-4500.


ADD: P Andy McGuire, received from Vancouver (SS-A – NWL)