(Phoenix) Madison Bumgarner was released by the Arizona Diamondbacks on Wednesday.

A four-star squad member, the left-handed veteran was designated for assignment on April 20, giving the team seven days to trade or waive him.

The 2014 World Series MVP, Bumgarner went unclaimed.

He could join any team for a pro-rated amount of major league baseball’s minimum wage, $720,000.

The 33-year-old Bumgarner has allowed at least five runs in three of his four starts this season. He went 1-3 with a 10.26 GAA.

A playoff hero with the San Francisco Giants, he went 15-32 and 5.23 GAA in four seasons with Arizona.

Bumgarner was one of major league baseball’s best pitchers for 11 seasons with the Giants, helping them win three World Series titles.

He was a workaholic during this time, pitching over 200 innings on five occasions.