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Ex-Chukar updates, July 8

The Toronto Blue Jays designated RP David Pauley (2001 Padre) for assignment Thursday. The Blue Jays picked Pauley up off waivers two weeks ago, and the 29-year-old right hander made four appearances for Toronto, surrendering four earned runs in 31/3 innings. The Blue Jays are the fifth Major League club Pauley has pitched for in his career. He started the year with the Detroit Tigers, but the Tigers cut him before the start of the season. He then signed a minor league deal with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and made five appearances before getting his release. Pauley’s best season as a pro came last year between the Seattle Mariners and the Tigers. He appeared in 53 games and threw 74 innings with a 3.16 ERA, 44 strikeouts and 22 walks.

… Baseball America named OF Wil Myers (2009 Chukar) the No. 3 prospect in all of minor league baseball Thursday in its midseason Top 50 prospects list. Continue reading “Ex-Chukar updates, July 8”

Weekly ex-Chukar update

  • Journeyman RP David Pauley has finally found a home with the Seattle Mariners. The 2001 Idaho Falls Padre made brief appearances with the Boston Red Sox in 2006 and 2008. But it’s in Seattle that he’s really shined. Despite surrendering two runs and taking the loss Thursday, the right-handed reliever leads all Mariners pitchers in ERA, 2.06, and WHIP, 0.97, entering Saturday. He spent time with the Padres, Red Sox and Orioles before joining the Mariners in 2010.
  • The Kansas City Royals recalled SP Danny Duffy (2010) to the Major League club Tuesday to face the Chicago White Sox. Duffy responded and pitched seven innings for his second big league win, besting the White Sox’s SP Jake Peavy, a 1999 Idaho Falls Padre, to do it. To make room for Duffy, the Royals sent RP Everett Teaford (2006) back to Triple-A. In 17 appearances with the Royals this year, Teaford has a 2.25 ERA.

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