Danys Baez, 34, spent an unmemorable two seasons with the Phillies and hemorrhaged a 5-8 mark and 5.81 ERA. Baez, who was expected to contribute in an eighth-inning role, was released by the Phillies in August after it was clear he wasn't long for the pressures and expectations in Philadelphia. The former starter and closer pitched 10 seasons with the Indians, Rays, Orioles, Braves and Dodgers. He earned $5.25 million for his efforts with the Phillies. Ken Rosenthal of FoxSports first tweeted the news.
For what it's worth, he was reportedly a decent dude.