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Dodgers reach agreement with Dana Eveland on a minor-league deal

The Dodgers have agreed to terms on a minor league split contract with left-hander Dana Eveland, according to a baseball source who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the deal hasn't been announced.

Eveland, 27, pitched in 12 games (including 10 starts) for the Toronto Blue Jays and Pittsburgh Pirates last season. He was 3-5 with a 6.79 earned-run average. A graduate of Palmdale High School, Eveland has a career record of 16-22 with a 5.74 ERA.

-- Dylan Hernandez

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oh joy, here commences the Coletti scrap heap of washed up pitchers that get cut before July 1....

If I was Ned and came 'round year after year signing this crap, I think I would want to be the one that was anonymous.

Sigh. Every year the Dodgers (and EVERY major league team) sign pitchers to non-guaranteed contracts to possibly fill out the back of their staff, and if not, to be stashed in AAA for when injuries mount, and every year some newbies whine about signing less than stellar players. Get over it - it's a necessary part of building depth. If the Dodgers didn't do it, they would be in even worse trouble when injuries strike.

Thanks akrasian.

There should be a law. Nonsensical comments regarding MINOR LEAGUE debt signings should be banned.

Could be history making. The first MLB player ever to pitch on the condition of anonymity.

Dodgers sign pitcher Dana Eveland!

Funny Pete. Out of the 29 other teams that didn't let Eveland go, Ned's the only one who came a knockin with a contract. Stockpiling crap only works if you're employed by Bandini.

I live in bay area and Eveland had some oustanding stretches with the A's. Injuries are his problem. All in all not a bad guy to have hanging out in AAA.

This isn't depth. It is a BLEEING joke. Pathetic. Insulting.

it all just part of the 'game'


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