The Tampa Bay Rays acquired relief pitcher Sergio Romo from the Los Angeles Dodgers on Saturday for cash considerations.
The Dodgers designated Romo for assignment on Thursday and had 10 days to trade him, release him or outright him to the minors.
Romo, 34, joined the Dodgers on a one-year, $3 million contract in February.
Sergio Romo traded to Rays two days after being DFA'd by Dodgers
He has struggled this season, posting a 6.12 ERA in 30 appearances.
A former closer for the Giants, Romo spent the previous nine seasons in San Francisco and won World Series titles in 2010, 2012 and 2014. His best season came in 2013, when he had 38 saves and a 2.54 ERA.
Romo has a 2.77 career ERA and 84 saves.
SAN FRANCISCO -- The Giants made their reunion with third baseman Pablo Sandoval official on Saturday, announcing that they reached contractual agreement with him.
Sandoval agreed to a Minor League deal with San Francisco and will report to Class A San Jose.
The 30-year-old infielder rejoins the team with which he won three World Series championships in seven years from 2008-14. A two-time All-Star with the Giants in 2011-12, Sandoval signed as a free agent with the Red Sox following the 2014 season, but did not have the same success in Boston as he had in San Francisco.     Pablo Sandoval returns to Giants with minor league contract   He batted .237 with 14 home runs and 59 RBIs in 161 games over a three-year span with Boston and was released by the club on July 19. Sandoval will attempt to get his career back on track in the Bay Area. He hit .294 with 106 homers and 462 RBIs in 869 games during his seven seasons with the Giants. "I have always loved and appreciated the Giants organization, my Giants teammates and the fans of San Francisco," Sandoval said in a statement released by the team. "I have so many great memories and I want to thank the organization for giving me another chance to come back here. When I left the Giants in 2014, my comments were emotional, insensitive and misguided and I truly regret and apologize for my actions. I am committed to working hard to contributing to the success of the Giants".
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SEATTLE -AP- Nelson Cruz hit a winning single off Adam Warren in the 10th inning, and the Seattle Mariners beat the New York Yankees 6-5 Saturday night after Edwin Diaz allowed a tying hit to Ronald Torreyes in the ninth.
Masahiro Tanaka had another shaky outing and New York trailed 4-2 before Aaron Judge hit his major league-leading 32nd home run, a sixth inning drive against Steve CishekMatt Holliday's sacrifice fly tied the score in the eighth, but former Yankees Robinson Cano homered against David Robertson leading off the bottom half.
Diaz blew a save for the fourth time in 22 chances when Didi Gregorius walked leading off the ninth, pinch-runner Jacoby Ellsbury stole second and Torreyes, starting because Starlin Castro's hamstring injury is causing another trip to the disabled list, followed with a single.
Ben Gamel opened the 10th with a double against Warren (2-2), Cano was intentionally walked and Cruz lined a pitch to left for his AL-leading 75th RBI.
Tony Zych (4-2) pitched a perfect 10th, throwing called third strikes past Clint Frazier and Judge.