David Pauley released, 8 others assigned to minor league camp

This afternoon the Detroit Tigers announced their first wave of cuts. Normally cut isn't the right word for it. Mostly it's players being assigned to the minor leagues. Today, that is mostly the case. However, Detroit announced the release of right-handed reliever David Pauley, who was acquired from Seattle as part of the trade that brought Doug Fister to Detroit and sent Casper Wells and Charlie Furbush, Francisco Martinez and Chance Ruffin to Seattle.

The Tigers announced on Twitter:

Pauley had a chance to make the team, but he struggled mightily in his appearances last week. The 28-year-old had a 2.14 ERA and 0.99 WHIP during 54.1 innings with Seattle last season, but failed to continue his success in Detroit and seemed to be forgotten completely at times.
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