Milone has given up just one run in 32.2 innings at Triple-A Rochester with a 41:2 K:BB ratio. However, there are no plans to call him up in the near future, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. "We asked him to go down there and be aggressive, and he’s been doing that," said Twins manager Paul Molitor.
Meyer will be moved to the bullpen at Triple-A Rochester, MLB.com reports. He's struggled as a starter with a 7.09 ERA and 24 walks in 39.1 innings. "He's in a rut where he'll pitch well for an inning or two and then struggles. So we're just trying to get him back on track. I think right now, as much as anything, it's a confidence issue," assistant general manager Rob Antony said.