By Lew Patton
Jamey Wright, who pitched with the Dodgers last season, has signed a minor league contract with the Rangers. He’ll also get an invitation to spring training, where he’ll attempt to win a bullpen spot.
After posting a 3.09 ERA with a career best 8.4 K/9 as a member of the Rays in 2013, Wright had a 4.35 ERA with a 54/27 K/BB ratio over 70 1/3 innings with Los Angeles last season. He turned 40 in December.
According to Anthony Andro of FOX Sports Southwest, Wright would have a $1 million base salary if he makes the Rangers.