The Los Angeles Dodgers recalled Andre Jackson from Triple-A Oklahoma City and optioned Zach McKinstry prior.
It marked a second time in as many days McKinstry was sent down to OKC.
McKinstry first joined the Dodgers on April 20 when Andrew Heaney landed on the 10-day IL because of left shoulder discomfort.
McKinstry went 0-for-1 but turned a double play to wrap up the win.
Although he didn’t receive many opportunities while up with the Dodgers, McKinstry got off to a hot start with Oklahoma City.
The Dodgers roster is back to including 16 pitchers. Jackson last pitched on Tuesday.
That role had been filled by Tyler Anderson, who was moved into the starting rotation because of Heaney’s shoulder injury.
Jackson has yet to earn a decision over three starts with Oklahoma City this season, but pitched to a 0.84 ERA and collected nine strikeouts over 10.2 innings.
The right-hander made his MLB debut last season and went 0-1 with a 2.31 ERA over three games, all of which were relief appearances.
Jackson made MLB history in his debut by becoming the first pitcher in the modern era with at least five strikeouts, minimum of four walks and not allow a run in a relief appearance for his debut.