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Stetter announced his retirement Monday. In a note that appeared to be written on his cellular phone, Stetter announced his retirement and revealed his plans to join the Royals' coaching staff in 2014. Stetter, who last pitched in the major leagues in 2011, spent 2013 in the Angels' minor league system, pitching to a 4.01 ERA in 24.2 innings with the Salt Lake Bees. Stetter finishes his major league career with a 4.08 ERA in 86 innings pitched in five seasons with the Milwaukee Brewers. 2014-02-11 16:51:15 -0500
Stetter may be in the mix for one of the final two spots in the Angels' bullpen, the Orange County Register's Jeff Fletcher reports. Stetter missed a good chunk of spring training with a back injury, but along with Garrett Richards and David Carpenter, he looks to be in the mix for the last two spots in the bullpen. Richards can be used as a spot starter, and he looks like a near-lock, meaning Carpenter and Stetter are probably just competing for one spot. Carpenter is probably the favorite, but neither pitcher is a particularly attractive candidate. Stetter will mostly be used in low leverage situations if he gets the nod over Carpenter. 2013-03-24 17:48:32 -0400
Stetter has been out all spring with a bulging disk in his back, MLB.com reports. Stetter, who posted a 4.08 ERA in 132 appearances with the Brewers from 2007 to 2011, is a non-roster invitee competing for a bullpen spot. He's already thrown two bullpen sessions and is expected to complete five in total before appearing any games this spring but might be reassigned to minor league camp before doing so. 2013-03-10 15:13:45 -0400
Stetter agreed to a minor league deal with the Angels on Thursday, the Orange County Register reports. Stetter, a lefty specialist, spent all of last season in the minors, splitting time between Double-A and Triple-A in the Brewers organization. He hasn't seen extended bullpen duty in the majors since 2009, a trend that will probably continue with the Angels. 2012-11-08 19:32:20 -0500
Stetter has signed a minor league deal with the Brewers, Media Relations Director Mike Vassallo reports. He could eventually recoup his role as the team's lefty specialist later this season, but Stetter will report to extended spring training before presumably moving on to to Triple-A Nashville. 2012-04-11 10:14:12 -0400
Stetter was released by the Rangers on Monday, T.R. Sullivan of MLB.com reports. He'll remain in the mix for a lefty specialist role somewhere, but Stetter may have to spend time at Triple-A before getting more time in the big leagues. 2012-03-26 18:32:10 -0400