|Updated: 7/15 4:29 pm
||Published: 7/15 4:25 pm
The Colorado Rockies traded Tulsa native and Drillers pitcher Parker Frazier to the Cincinnati Reds for Major League veteran hurler Armando Galarraga. Frazier is expected to report to a Reds minor league affiliate, but the team is unknown at this time.
Frazier, a Bishop Kelley High School product, has split time with the Drillers and the Triple A Colorado Springs Sky Sox in 2013. In 16 appearances with Tulsa this season, the right-hander was 1-1 with a 2.57 ERA. In his two seasons with the Drillers, Frazier had a combined 3.65 ERA in 43 career outings.
Galarraga is best known for his perfect game that was not while pitching for the Detroit Tigers in 2010. An incorrect call at first base by umpire Jim Joyce on what would have been the game's final out kept him from pitching Major League Baseball's 21st perfect game.
He has spent this season with Triple A Louisville, going 6-6 with a 2.98 ERA. He has pitched in the majors in each of the past six seasons, compiling a 26-34 career record and a 4.78 ERA.