Zack Godley released by Milwaukee

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Former University of Tennessee baseball player Zack Godley has been released by the Milwaukee Brewers.

Godley, a right-handed pitcher, signed a minor league contract by the team prior to the 2021 season.

He was assigned to Class AAA Nashville on June 24 after making one appearance for the Brewers.

The former Vol refused to report to the Sounds, opting for free agency on June 25.

Godley pitched in two games for the Brewers this season. He was promoted early in the season and pitched for Milwaukee on April 28.

Godley pitched three innings against the Marlins and surrendered four runs and one hit. He was then designated for assignment. After clearing waivers, he was outrighted to the Nashville Sounds.

The former Vol was recalled and pitched for Milwaukee in Colorado on June 20.

He lasted 0.1 innings, while giving up three runs and three hits against the Rockies. Godley was 0-1 with a 16.20 ERA, posting five strikeouts during his time with the Brewers.

Godley, who pitched for the Volunteers in 2013, has pitched for Arizona, Boston and Toronto before being picked up by the Milwaukee organization.