The Chicago Cubs designated pitcher Randy Wells for assignment Wednesday and recalled reliever Rafael Dolis from Triple-A Iowa.
Wells (1-2, 5.34 ERA) lasted only three innings in Tuesday's 5-3 Cubs' victory over the New York Mets, allowing three runs on six hits and drawing the ire of manager Dale Sveum by walking four, including opposing pitcher Dillon Gee.
Would be shocked if he takes an assignment to Iowa after he's been up and down and in and out of the rotation as much as he has. Guessing some team starved for pitching will take a chance on him and hope a change of scenry helps. Toronto's rotation is such a mess they signed 49 year old Jamie Moyer so there is a possible destination.
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