The Winnipeg Goldeyes have re-signed left-handed pitchers Kevin McGovern and Mitchell Lambson for the 2019 season.
McGovern returns for a fourth season in Winnipeg, while Lambson will suit up for the third.
The Winnipeg Goldeyes have re-signed right-handed pitcher Jack Charleston and added rookie right-handed pitcher Brandon Marklund.
Last season, Charleston set an American Association record for durability by appearing in 60 of the Goldeyes’ 100 regular season games. The Jacksonville, Florida native posted a 2-3 record with one save and a 2.63 ERA in 51.1 innings pitched.
The Winnipeg Goldeyes have signed first baseman Correlle Prime and catcher Luis Touron for the 2019 season.
Prime played in 79 games last year for the Texas AirHogs, hitting .279 with 16 doubles, seven home runs, and 42 RBI. The Bradenton, Florida native demonstrated remarkable consistency for Texas, hitting safely in 58 of the 79 contests, and going consecutive games without a hit on just three occasions.
The Winnipeg Goldeyes have acquired left-handed pitcher Kylin Turnbull and infielder Kevin Lachance.
Turnbull was 4-4 with a 4.62 ERA in 13 starts last season for the expansion Chicago Dogs. The Seattle, Washington native struck out 40, while walking only eight in 64.1 innings pitched.
The Winnipeg Goldeyes will open their 2019 season on May 16 against the Texas AirHogs on the road.
The American Association schedule was released Wednesday, placing the Goldeyes away for three games against Texas and another three versus the Cleburne Railroaders until May 22.
Six Winnipeg Goldeyes players have cleared waivers with the team, making them free agents.
Right-handed pitcher Edwin Carl, left-handed pitcher Zack Dodson, outfielder Blake Adams, right-handed pitcher Tyler Herron, first baseman Josh McAdams, and catcher Gavin Stupienski are all part of the transactions announced by the baseball club on Tuesday.