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Jeremy Guthrie


Guthrie was optioned back to Buffalo on Sunday when the Cleveland Indians called up Andrew Brown.


The Cleveland Indians activated reliever Rafael Betancourt from the disabled list Tuesday and optioned Guthrie to Triple-A Buffalo to make room for him. Guthrie appeared in six games with the Indians, going 0-0 with a 4.63 ERA over 11 2/3 innings.


Guthrie was recalled from the minors Saturday to join the Indians bullpen, which is missing three relievers due to injury -- Fernando Cabrera, Matt Miller and Rafael Betancourt. Miller is expected to miss the remainder of the season with an elbow injury.


The Cleveland Indians recalled Guthrie from Triple-A Buffaco on Friday. The 26-year-old righthander, whose prospect status has slipped during his three years as a pro, was 12-10 with a 5.08 ERA in 25 starts for Buffalo this season. He also has appeared in one game as a reliever for Cleveland, allowing four runs over six innings.


Just one day after being called up for six innings of relief work Saturday, Guthrie was shipped back to Triple-A Buffalo. Outfielder Jason Dubois was recalled from Buffalo to take his spot on the active roster.


Guthrie was recalled from Triple-A Buffalo by the Cleveland Indians on Saturday. The pitcher takes the roster spot of Arthur Rhodes, who was placed on the disabled list with swelling in his right knee. Guthrie was 10-9 with a 5.20 ERA as a starting pitcher at Buffalo.