Found November 30, 2011 on
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Scott Elarton, a 17-game winner with Houston in 2000 who hasn't pitched in the majors in three years, was among eight non-roster players the Phillies have invited to spring training.
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Scott Elarton, a 17-game winner with Houston in 2000 who hasn't pitched in the majors in three years, was among eight non-roster players the Phillies have invited to spring training.
Elarton last pitched professionally in 2010 with Triple-A Charlotte. He's 56-61 with a 5.29 ERA in 232 career games.
Left-hander Pat Misch, who pitched in six games for the Mets last year;...
The Philadelphia Phillies have signed three pitchers to minor-league contracts, including one-time 17-game winner Scott Elarton.The 35-year-old hasn't pitched in the majors since 2008, when he went 0-1 with a 3.52 ERA in 15 games with the Cleveland Indians.Elarton went 17-7 for the Houston Astros in 2000 but has been mostly ineffective since. He missed all of last season, and...
The Philadelphia Phillies have signed eight players to minor league contracts, including veteran pitcher Scott Elarton.
The Phillies announced yesterday that they signed RP Brian Sanches, along with SP Scott Elarton. Sanches, 33, was part of the Phillies organization from 2004-2007, progressing from AA to the majors, seeing some time for the Phils. Originally a 2nd round draft choice by the Royals in the 1999 draft, Sanches went on to throw for the Nationals and Marlins having a good modicum...
Earlier today the Phils had announced that they have invited eight players in their minor league system to try out with the main team during spring training, 2012. Four of the eight players are pitchers, two are infielders, one is an outfielder and one is a catcher.
Among the four pitchers, two are lefties and two are righties. The four are: left-handers Pat Misch and Raul Valdes...