It looks like the Orioles have signed another pitcher with extensive major league experience to a minor league deal. They signed Joel Pineiro yesterday...
From the Orioles.com: The Orioles signed right-hander Joel Pineiro to a Minor League deal on Wednesday, in a continuing effort to add depth to the organization.
The 33-year-old Pineiro, who arrived at Baltimore's Minor League complex in Sarasota, Fla., on Wednesday, was signed by the Phillies in January but released a few days into Spring Training, and the Orioles could use him as a starter or potentially as a long man in the bullpen.
He has a career 104-93 record with a 4.41 ERA. The hurler has pitched for the Mariners, Cardinals, Angels, & Red Sox.
It's certainly worth taking a gamble on Pineiro, as he's another veteran arm who can provide depth within the Orioles organization, and could be plugged into a starter or relief role with the big league squad.