By: Fox Sports North
Trevor May came to the Minnesota Twins as a starting pitcher. In the minors from 2009-14, May pitched in relief just twice in his 142 appearances — and both of those came in 2010 with High-A Clearwater.
After coming over to the Twins’ organization from Philadelphia in a December 2012 trade, except for a stint in the Arizona Fall League, May was exclusively a starter.
Upon being recalled to Minnesota late in the 2014 season, May was used in relief for the first time just three days after making his first major-league start, but he finished the season in the rotation, making nine starts altogether.
That’s the way things began for May last year as well. He was in the rotation from the beginning of the season until his 15th start on July 1. At that point, May was moved to the bullpen — making his first appearance in an extra-inning win over Baltimore on July 6.
The bullpen has been May’s domain ever since and he appears to have found a home there.
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