The Texas Rangers are bringing veteran right-hander Jamey Wright back into the fold, signing the reliever to a minor-league deal that includes an invitation to spring training.
If Wright makes the club he'll earn $1 million in 2015.
Wright, 40, has played for 10 teams in a major-league career that began in Colorado in 1996. He spent the 2014 season pitching in 61 games for the Los...
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) Veteran right-hander Jamey Wright has signed a minor league contract with the Texas Rangers that includes an invitation to major league spring training.
Wright will make $1 million if he makes the major league roster.
In 61 games last season for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Wright was 5-4 with one save and a 4.35 ERA. It was his fourth consecutive season with at...
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February 14, 2015
What Happened In 2014: Got into 61 games, and yet you don’t remember a single one, do you?
Last December, we heard that Jamey Wright was deciding between the Rays and the Dodgers, and despite the fact that he was turning 39, I didn’t mind at all. Here’s me from a few weeks before he signed:
Jamey Wright is not a great pitcher. He’s been about league average to slightly worse for most of the season. He generally doesn’t see many high leverage situations, mostly relegated to mop-up or long relief. When he does pitch in more important situations, he has been poor. He has a negative clutch score on Fangraphs and he has more meltdowns (causes 6% reduction in win probability...
The Los Angeles Dodgers have signed relief pitcher Jamey Wright to a one-year deal.
Wright, 39, will be brought to Spring Training with a big league contract for the first time since 2005. The right handed Wright previously pitched for the Dodgers in 2012. He spent last season with the Tampa Bay Rays compiling a 3.09 ERA and a 65/23 K/BB ratio over 70 innings.
The Los Angeles Dodgers had an excellent season last year with a record of 92-70. Their pitching staff was a strength with a team ERA of 3.25. Not only do the Dodgers have arguably the best starting pitcher in baseball in Clayton Kershaw, the bullpen was dominating with the likes of Kenley Jansen and J.P. Howell. The Dodgers are not finished adding to their already impressive...
After the Dodgers reportedly agreed to terms with Chris Perez late Sunday night, it was a safe assumption they were done adding pieces to the bullpen. But the Dodgers apparently agreed to a 1-year contract with former Dodger (and just about everyone else) Jamey Wright.I wrote about Wright when the Dodgers reportedly had interest in him at the Winter Meetings."Something to note...
The Los Angeles Dodgers continued adding to their bullpen today, signing veteran righthander Jamey Wright to a one-year deal. Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times reported the deal. Earlier in the day, the Dodgers reached an agreement with the former Cleveland Indians closer, Chris Perez.
Wright, who turns 39 on Christmas Eve, is coming off a solid season as a reliever...