Jamey Wright

Los Angeles Dodgers #28 - Relief Pitcher

  • Born: 12/24/74
  • Age: 39
  • Height: 6-6
  • Weight: 230
  • Bats/Throws: R/R
2014 Dodgers 38 0 3 2 1 0 0 46.2 42 20 19 2 19 31 3.66 1.31

Jamey Wright found a home in the bullpen

Jamey Wright has been pitching the best ball of his career in his late 30s, finding a niche in the bullpen after years as a starter. He comes into camp with his first major league deal since 2005.

The Best and Worst Curveballs of 2013


More fun with z-scores, as the best and worst pitch of 2013 series rolls on. Now, we turn our attention to curveballs.

Dodgers finalize Jamey Wright contract

The veteran right-hander will make $1.8 million in 2014, the first time in nine years Wright will open spring training with a major league contract.

Tuesday's Frosty Mug: Making room for gifts


We're talking about the latest transaction and more in today's roundup of all things Brewers.


Dodgers sign pitcher Jamey Wright to 1-year deal

Wright returns for his 19th major league season and second stint with the Dodgers.

Wright to rejoin Dodgers, snap NRI streak

Right-handed relief pitcher Jamey Wright will head to spring training with a major league contract for the first time since 2005. Wright pitched for the Rays in 2013 after pitching for the Dodgers...

True Blue LA podcast: Winter meetings day 1

Jacob Burch and Eric Stephen talk Brian Wilson, Dodgers rumors, 2014 broadcast team and more on the latest edition of the podcast, the first of two planned episodes this week.


Lobaton hit in face with foul ball, head with bat

He finished the game, but it wouldn't be shocking if he was concussed on one of these two plays.

Rays Bullpen Returning To Form


The Rays bullpen was thought to be a strength of the team but faltered out of the gate. Now they seem to be coming together and becoming the unit the team thought they'd be.

Bullpen actually holds a lead, Rays win 10-4


Joe Maddon was thrown our midway through tonight's game, but the Rays still hung on to get him his 600th win.

The Rockies are streaking


The Rockies have won eight in a row. Historically, how has streaking looked in purple pinstripes?

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