Mariners Sign David Pauley

The Mariners have signed David Pauley to a minor league deal, reports Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Radio Seattle (Twitter link).  This is the right-hander's second stint with the M's, after being dealt from Seattle to Detroit as part of the Doug Fister trade last July.  Pauley was released by the Tigers in Spring Training and had short stints with the Angels and Blue Jays earlier this season.

Pauley, who turned 29 last month, has a 6.48 ERA and a 14.6 H/9 rate in 16 2/3 innings with the Angels and Jays this season.  Pauley's best stretch as a Major Leaguer came during his previous stint in Seattle, when he posted a 3.35 ERA in 145 innings with the Mariners between 2010-11.

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2 Comments on "Mariners Sign David Pauley"

3 years 1 month ago

Maybe he can re-capture some of that sub 5.00 ERA magic again.

3 years 1 month ago

Not expecting much from him, but he did love being on the Mariners. I remember him crying after the trade. I’d love to see him turn it around.