The Diamondbacks have agreed to a minor-league deal with lefty Wesley Wright, according to a major-league source. The exact terms of the deal are not known, but there are expected to be heavy incentives if Wright makes the team's major-league roster.
Wright, 30, split last season between the Orioles and Angels, posting a 3.68 ERA in 11 major-league appearances and missing significant time due to injury. The southpaw joins Matt Reynolds in Arizona's bullpen and appears to have a good shot at making the major-league club.
Wright is a veteran of eight major-league seasons with the Astros (2008-13), Rays (2013), Cubs (2014), Orioles (2015) and Angels (2015) and has posted a career 4.16 ERA in 371 appearances (4 starts). He was a dependable reliever for Houston in 2012 and 2013 before being traded to the Rays in August 2013.