McCutchen was reassigned to minor league camp Monday, Dennis Lin of the San Diego Union Tribune reports. This comes as no surprise, as the right-hander appeared in two games in the major leagues since 2012. McCutchen did perform decently this spring, so he could push for a bullpen spot later in the season if other members of the Padres bullpen falter or get hurt.
The Padres have signed pitcher Daniel McCutchen to a minor-league contract, U-T San Diego reports. McCutchen has made one major-league appearance in the last two seasons, giving up three runs (two earned) in 2 1/3 innings with the Rangers in 2014. He posted an 8.13 ERA and 72:23 K:BB ratio in 86 1/3 Triple-A innings last season.
The White Sox signed pitcher Daniel McCutchen to a minor-league contract Friday, the team announced. He has been assigned to Triple-A Charlotte. McCutchen allowed two runs in 2 1/3 innings earlier in the season with the Rangers, and has a 4.81 ERA in 191 major-league innings overall.
Right-hander Daniel McCutchen has cleared waivers by the Rangers and will report to Triple-A Round Rock. McCutchen gave up two runs on four hits and two walks in 2 1/3 innings in his only appearance with Texas this season.
The Rangers have designated pitcher Daniel McCutchen for assignment Monday. The club needed to activate Colby Lewis for his start, and decided to part with McCutchen. McCutchen appeared in one game, tossing 2 1/3 innings with the club. He allowed two earned runs during the appearance.