According to John Tomase, the Boston Red Sox have released veteran pitcher, Carlos Silva.
The Red Sox just announced that they've released Carlos Silva. When you sign a bunch of minor league FA, not all of them stick.— John Tomase (@jtomase) March 17, 2012
The 32 year old veteran has 70 career wins with an ERA of 4.68. He last pitched in the majors in 2010, when he racked up 113 innings with the Chicago Cubs. He won 10 games that season, while recording a respectable 4.22 ERA. Last season he spent time in the Yankees' minor league system. He pitched a total of 36 innings at three different levels (high A, double A and triple A).
Silva's best season came in 2004, when he pitched 203 innings for the Minnesota Twins, winning a career-high 14 games.