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41 Seth Etherton SP
Height/Weight: 6-1/195 | Birthdate: 10/17/1976 | Birthplace: Laguna Beach, CA | Bats/Throws: R/R | Team: Los Angeles | College: USC | MLB Experience: 4
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Etherton biding time back in minors


(6/29/2010) From The Sports Xchange notes: LHP Jack Taschner was signed to a minor-league deal, continuing a trend of former major-leaguers getting signed by the Dodgers. Also at Triple-A Albuquerque are former big-league pitchers Kiko Calero, Jesus Colome, Tim Corcoran, Claudio Vargas and Seth Etherton.

Etherton given minor deal by L.A.


(2/14/2010) The Los Angeles Dodgers signed SP Seth Etherton to a minor league contract on Friday. He will be invited to spring training.

Arizona sends three down


(3/18/2009) Arizona sent right-hander Seth Etherton to minor league camp on Wednesday. Left-hander Jon Coutlangus and right-hander Esmerling Vasquez were optioned to Triple-A Reno.

D-Backs hand out some spring invites


(2/19/2009) The D-Backs invited free agent pitcher Seth Etherton, RP Jon Coutlangus, SP Juan Gutierrez, RP Esmerling Vasquez and SS Josh Wilson to spring training.

Etherton outrighted to Triple-A


(6/9/2006) The Kansas City Royals outrighted Seth Etherton, who was 1-1 with a 9.39 ERA in two starts, to Triple-A Omaha and off the 40-man big league roster.

Royals send Etherton to Triple-A


(6/5/2006) The Kansas City Royals sent right-hander Seth Etherton to Triple-A Omaha on Monday, two days after he allowed seven runs in 2 2/3 innings. Etherton was making his second start against Seattle. He allowed four hits, but walked four.

Etherton unimpressive at Seattle


(6/4/2006) Making his second start Saturday, Seth Etherton allowed seven runs on just four hits and walked four at the Seattle Mariners. "What I was throwing up there, I think a lot of people would hit," Etherton said. "They were meatballs. I threw up some, just meatballs tonight and they crushed them."

Seth Etherton earns first win


(5/30/2006) Seth Etherton earned his first win of the season Monday, allowing one earned run on six hits over five innings against Oakland. He struck out two and walked two in a spot start for Kansas City, who needed a replacement for the injured Mark Redman.

Etherton to make Royals debut


(5/29/2006) Seth Etherton will make his season debut for the Royals when he takes the mound at Oakland on Monday. Etherton was acquired from San Diego on Saturday and will be starting in place of Mark Redman, who is on the bereavement list.

Etherton to start Monday


(5/28/2006) The Royals list Seth Etherton as their starter for Monday's game at Oakland vs. Dan Haren.

Etherton traded back to Royals


(5/27/2006) The San Diego Padres traded minor league right-hander Seth Etherton back to the Kansas City Royals on Saturday for a player to be named or cash.

Etherton reassigned to minors


(3/27/2006) The San Diego Padres released RHP Brian Sikorski on Monday. They also optioned C Pete Laforest to Portland of the PCL, sent RHP Jason Anderson and 1B Walter Young outright Portland and reassigned RHP Seth Etherton, RHP Jon Adkins, LHP Ryan Meaux, INF Ricky Gutierrez and OF Jack Cust to their minor league camp.

Royals decline on Padres' Etherton


(3/26/2006) The Padres sent RHP Seth Etherton outright to Triple-A Portland. The Royals declined to take the Rule 5 pick back.

Etherton sent down


(3/23/2006) The Padres sent RHP Seth Etherton outright to Triple-A Portland Wednesday.

Etherton roughed up Thursday


(3/10/2006) Seth Etherton allowed six runs on nine hits in three innings Thursday for the Padres.

Etherton picked up by Padres


(12/9/2005) San Diego chose right-hander Seth Etherton from the Royals was the sixth pick of the Rule 5 draft. Etherton, who agreed last month to a minor-league contract with Kansas City, spent most of last season at Triple-A Sacramento and went 1-1 with a 6.62 ERA in three starts with Oakland.

Etherton invited to Royals' camp


(11/24/2005) Pitcher Seth Etherton signed a minor-league contract with the Royals and will be invited to spring training. Catcher Mat Tupman, who played this year with Double-A Wichita, also will attend camp in Surprise, Ariz. Etherton, a right-hander, spent most of the season pitching for the Athletics' Triple-A affiliate in Sacramento.

A's designate Etherton for assign.


(9/13/2005) The A's designated right-hander Seth Etherton for assignment to clear a spot on the 40-man roster for Hiram Bocachica, who was batting .444 in 20 games before he was hit with a pitch on the wrist by Milwaukee's Matt Wise.

Etherton will start in Triple-A


(6/6/2005) The A's optioned right-hander Seth Etherton to Triple-A Sacramento. He was recalled from Sacramento on May 15 and made three starts for the A's, going 1-1 with a 6.62 ERA. Etherton will pitch Thursday for the Triple-A River Cats, giving him a few days to go home to Laguna Beach, Calif., to be with his wife and infant son. Three days after the birth of his son, Duke, on May 19, the pitcher's baby was back in the hospital because he'd stopped breathing -- and he stayed there for a week. He has reflux, but is on medication and doing well.

Etherton gets optioned to Triple-A


(6/5/2005) The A's optioned right-hander Seth Etherton to Triple-A Sacramento.Etherton was recalled from Sacramento on May 15 and made three starts for the A's, going 1-1 with a 6.62 ERA.

Etherton bumped to bullpen


(6/3/2005) The A's pushed Seth Etherton to the bullpen before Friday's game against Toronto. Ryan Glynn was called up from Triple-A Sacramento to start in his place.

Etherton deals with issues


(6/1/2005) Seth Etherton's newborn child had to return to the hospital only three days after his birth with breathing problems, while Etherton had to stay with the team on a road trip last week. The condition, known as reflux, is a common disease for children in the early stages of life. The baby has since returned from the hospital and is receiving antibiotics. "Now, everything is great," Etherton said Wednesday. "It was a scary week. He was in the hospital all week and had complications all week. He had a couple spells where he stopped breathing. It was a tough time. My wife was battling through it alone. It was very emotional and tough for me not to be there."

Etherton to start Tuesday


(5/23/2005) The Contra Costa Times reports that Seth Etherton will start at Tampa Bay Tuesday, with Kirk Saarloos pitching out of the bullpen until Saturday.

Etherton to start Wednesday?


(5/17/2005) Seth Etherton might be called on to start Wednesday's game against the Red Sox after the team used Keiichi Yabu in relief on Monday.

RHP Etherton recalled by A's


(5/15/2005) The Athletics recalled right-hander Seth Etherton from Triple-A Sacramento, and reliever Keiichi Yabu will take Eric Harden's (15-day DL, strained oblique) turn in the rotation Wednesday against Boston. The A's won't need a fifth starter again until May 28, which is when Harden is eligible to return. Etherton was beaten out for the fifth spot in the A's rotation by Kirk Saarloos during spring training. He was 1-2 with a 2.76 ERA in Sacramento, making five starts. "We needed another pitcher," manager Ken Macha said. "Even after the MRI, (Harden) probably has to have a number of days' rest."