Angels Sign David Pauley

The Angels have signed David Pauley to a minor league contract, reports Mike DiGiovanna of The Los Angeles Times (on Twitter). The Octagon client did not receive an invitation to Spring Training according to MLB.com's Alden Gonzalez (on Twitter).

Pauley, 28, was released by the Tigers earlier this month. He posted a 3.16 ERA with 5.4 K/9 and 2.7 BB/9 in 74 innings across 53 relief outings for the Mariners and Tigers in 2011. Detroit acquired Pauley from Seattle in the trade that sent Doug Fister to Detroit. He is not yet arbitration eligible.


15 Responses to Angels Sign David Pauley Leave a Reply

  1. Eric Bell 3 years ago

    Wait, was it the Mets or Angels? Twitter link says Mets, this says Angels.

  2. My iPhone app notification said Mets, and then when I went to the story it said Angels. Looks like more depth to add to the AAA club.

  3. Devon Henry 3 years ago

    meh…Ill take him.

  4. Blue387 3 years ago

    I was hoping the Mets would sign him.

    He would make Pelfrey look decent.

  5. Wes Whitenack 3 years ago

    NO! Langy betrayed us, now you! Why must you do this Angels!

  6. Eric Bell 3 years ago

    He’s not that bad of a pitcher, he was just having a rough spring. In 2011 he was actually pretty good. He’ll make a good addition to the AAA team and maybe a few appearances in the big leagues.

    • Stuart Brown 3 years ago

      He was good for the Mariners. He got lit up in his 19.2 innings with the Tigers after the trade and did much of the same in Spring Training.

  7. Andrew Steven 3 years ago

    Oooh Angels making me mad here!!!

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