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Luis Urias sent to Red Sox in last-second deadline deal

Minor-league pitcher sent back in trade

MLB: Milwaukee Brewers at Minnesota Twins Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports

Luis Urias is going to the Boston Red Sox in a last-second trade deadline deal completed by Matt Arnold.

The Brewers will receive Bradley Blalock, a minor-league pitcher, in the deal, per Adam McCalvy.

In 20 games with the Brewers this season, Urias batted a measly .145/.299/.236 with one homer and five RBIs (51 OPS+) while dealing with injuries. In 330 games across four seasons with the Brewers, Urias batted .239/.335/.403 with 40 homers and 138 RBIs (103 OPS+).

Blalock, who turns 23 in December, pitched to a 2.19 ERA across 11 starts between the Red Sox' Single-A and High-A affiliates.