According to MLB Trade Rumors, Ross Ohlendorf has opted out of his deal with the Boston Red Sox, becoming a free agent.
Ross Ohlendorf has opted out of his deal with the Red Sox, MLBTR has learned. He is now a free agent.— Ben Nicholson-Smith (@mlbtrben) June 2, 2012
The 29-year-old pitcher started 10 games for the Red Sox Triple A affiliate in 2012. He pitched a total of 52.2 innings and sported an underwhelming ERA of 4.61; he struck out 37 batters, while walking 15.
Ohlendorf has been around a while. He's spent time in the Arizona Diamondbacks farm system, the New York Yankees farm system, the Pirates farm system, and most recently, the Red Sox farm system. He has 392.2 career innings at the major league level, with a career ERA of 4.77 and 14 wins.