Orioles invite pitcher Shuey to spring training
The 36-year-old, who spent 10 years in the majors, retired in April 2005 after spending 2004 on the Los Angeles Dogders' disabled list because of a right hip injury.
Shuey made his major league debut in 1994. He appeared in a career-high 72 games with the Indians in 1999. He was traded to Los Angeles in July 2002.
If he is added to the Orioles' major league roster, Shuey would get a $650,000 one-year contract and have the chance to make up to $1 million in performance bonuses.
He could earn $50,000 each for 25, 30, 35, 40 and 45 games, and $100,000 each for 50, 55, 60, 65 and 70 games.
Shuey also would get $25,000 each for 10 and 15 games finished, $50,000 each for 20 and 25 games finished and $100,000 for 30 games finished.
Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press
MORE MLB HEADLINES
- Moore improves to 8-0 as Rays sweep O's
- Rangers place Kinsler on DL, bring up Profar
- Phils' Ruiz, Howard to have MRI exams Monday
- Cardinals beat former teammate Lohse again