Moskos agreed to a minor league contract with the Padres, Baseball America reports. Moskos was forced to pitch in an independent league in 2015 after being released by the Dodgers in 2014 and having Tommy John surgery soon thereafter. The left-hander pitched well in the majors back in 2011 with the Pirates, but hasn't pitched well in three seasons of Triple-A since, so it'll be tough to crack the Padres bullpen.
Free agent Daniel Moskos, who last pitched in the major leagues with Pittsburgh, is destined for Tommy John surgery, sources have told MLBDailyDish.com. Moskos showed some promise with the Pirates in 2011 with a 2.96 ERA in 31 relief appearances. He was waived recently by the Dodgers.
The Dodgers announced the signings of catcher J.C. Boscan, infielders Brendan Harris and Clint Robinson and pitcher Daniel Moskos to minor-league contracts with invitations to spring training Wednesday. Boscan went 2 for 9 with the Cubs last season while also hitting .232/.297/.270 with 18 RBI in 233 at-bats with Triple-A Iowa. Harris hit .206/.252/.355 with four home runs and nine RBI in 107 at-bats with the Angels. Robinson hit .254/.333/421 with 13 home runs and 55 RBI in 397 at-bats between Double-A New Hampshire and Triple-A Buffalo. Moskos went 2-1 with a 4.97 ERA, 1.55 WHIP and 28:15 K:BB ratio in 29 innings with Triple-A Charlotte.
The White Sox made another round of roster cuts Tuesday, optioning pitcher Deunte Heath and third baseman Brent Morel to Triple-A Charlotte. Chicago also reassigned pitchers Daniel Moskos and Zach Stewart and shortstop Carlos Sanchez to its minor-league camp.
White Sox reliever Daniel Moskos, who was already pitching for Chicago's Triple-A affiliate in Charlotte, was officially outrighted in a move that was more technical than physical, taking him off the team's 40-man roster.