The Los Angeles Angels outrighted right-handed reliever David Pauley to Triple-A Salt Lake after he cleared waivers, according to Mike DiGiovanna of the LA Times:
#Angels reliever David Pauley, who was designated for assignment Thursday, has cleared waivers and was outrighted to triple-A Salt Lake.— Mike DiGiovanna (@MikeDiGiovanna) May 25, 2012
Pauley, 28, was designated for assignment by the Angels two days ago.
He has five seasons of intermittent experience between the Red Sox, Mariners, Tigers, and Angels. He saw just nine and a third innings this season, giving up fifteen hits, three walks, one home run, and five earned runs while striking out four. That puts him at a 4.82 ERA for 2012, consistent-if-slightly-above his career ERA of 4.54.
Pauley signed with the Angels in the off-season after declining a similar offer from the Blue Jays, presumably because he felt he would have more opportunities to pitch with the Angels.