Randy Wolf joins Mariners on minor-league deal

The Mariners aren’t done making big moves, but they will be making one small move to add some bullpen depth.

Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times reported, and Jon Heyman confirmed, that veteran left-handed pitcher Randy Wolf will be joining Seattle on a minor-league deal with a non-roster invite to Spring Training. This does not preclude him from being a potential bullpen option for the M’s.

Wolf, the 37-year old, 14-year veteran, has spent seasons with the Phillies, Dodgers, Padres, Astros, and most recently the Brewers and Orioles. In 2012, between Milwaukee and Baltimore, Wolf pitched to a 5-10 record with a 5.65 ERA. He started 26 games and pitched the other four in that year in relief. He did not pitch in 2013 after undergoing his second Tommy John surgery in October of 2012.

Topics: Baltimore Orioles, Milwaukee Brewers, Seattle Mariners

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