Eveland signed a minor league deal with the Rays on Monday that includes an invite to spring training, Chris Cotillo of MLB Daily Dish reports. Eveland spent most of last season in the minors, where he worked to a combined 1.95 ERA in 55.1 innings with three different Triple-A clubs, but struggled in limited time in the majors to the tune of a 5.40 ERA. He'll serve as organizational bullpen depth with the Rays and could crack the big league roster with a strong showing in the spring.
The Orioles have signed a pair of left-handed pitchers in Dana Eveland and Andy Oliver on Friday, according to the Baltimore Sun. Eveland was last with the Braves organization this season. Atlanta designated him for assignment at the start of July. He had a 5.40 ERA in 3 1/3 innings with the Braves this season. Oliver was granted his release by the Rays in early July after opting out of his contract with their Triple-A club. In 9 2/3 innings this season, Oliver posted a 6.52 ERA with eight walks and just five strikeouts. Eveland and Oliver will join the bullpen for Triple-A Norfolk.
The Braves designated pitchers Nick Masset and Dana Eveland for assignment after Sunday's game, the team announced. Masset allowed three runs without recoding an out in Sunday's loss to the Phillies. Meanwhile, Eveland had a 5.40 ERA over 3 1/3 innings.
The Braves purchased the contract of reliever Dana Eveland from Triple-A Gwinnett on Thursday. The left-handed reliever has spent the entire 2015 season in the minors. He went 2-0 with a 1.54 ERA with Triple-A Pawtucket before throwing 1 2/3 scoreless innings for Gwinnett.
The Braves are signing LHP Dana Eveland to a minor league contract, SB Nation reported on Sunday. Eveland was released by Boston last week. He had been 2-0, with a 1.54 ERA at Triple-A Pawtucket.