The Red Sox have parted ways with Ryan Weber after the right-hander spent the past two seasons with the club, as the Milwaukee Brewers have claimed the 30-year old off of waivers.
Weber will head to the Nashville Sounds, the Brewers Triple-A squad. The Red Sox placed Weber on waivers after they designated the righty for assignment, and it was announced Wednesday that he was claimed.
Weber ended his Red Sox career on a sour note, going 5 2/3 allowing 11 runs in Boston’s 18-4 loss Sunday. He took one for the team in his only major league appearance of 2021.
The veteran made 36 appearances in his three seasons with the Red Sox (2019-2021), eight of which were starts. He posted a 5.54 ERA in his tenure with the club, posting a 2020 ERA of 4.40, starting five of his 17 appearances tallying 43 total innings pitched, despite having a 5.01 xFIP, and a 5.38 xERA.