(5/7/2007) RHP Travis Smith, who was a non-roster invitee to spring training this season and was 2-2 in Triple-A Las Vegas, retired from baseball.
Dodgers make some minor cuts
(3/11/2007) Dodgers pitchers Eric Hull, Zach Hammes and Mike Megrew were optioned to Triple-A Las Vegas, while non-roster invitees Scott Elbert, A.J. Ellis, Chin-lung Hu, Ken Huckaby, Travis Smith, Fernando Tatis and Dario Veras were reassigned to minor-league camp. "None are easy because in a lot of cases the player is expecting it to come one of these days and in a lot of cases the players are not expecting it," Little said. "But in no way is it ever easy."
Dodgers set pitchers for opener
(2/27/2007) Randy Wolf, Chad Billingsley and Travis Smith are scheduled to pitch two innings each Thursday in the exhibition opener against the Atlanta Braves at Kissimmee.
Dodgers give minor deals, invites
(12/19/2006) The Dodgers signed C Ken Huckaby and RHP Travis Smith to minor league contracts with an invitation to spring training.
Smith chooses to become free agent
(5/26/2006) Braves RHP Travis Smith, who was designated for assignment on Sunday, cleared waivers Friday and chose to become a free agent rather than accept an assignment with Triple-A Richmond.
Smith designated for assignment
(5/21/2006) Before Sunday's game, the Braves designated RHP Travis Smith for assignment and recalled C Brayan Pena from Triple-A Richmond. Smith was the losing pitcher in Saturday's 13-0 loss to the Diamondbacks, allowing four runs -- two earned -- and five hits in 4 1/3 innings. Pena hit .226 with seven doubles in 32 games for Richmond.
Travis Smith promoted, loses
(5/21/2006) Travis Smith was promoted from Triple-A Richmond to start Saturday at Arizona and allowed two runs on five hits in 4 1/3 innings to pick up a loss.
Travis Smith to start Saturday
(5/19/2006) Travis Smith will be promoted from Triple-A Richmond to start Saturday at Arizona, taking Davies' turn in the rotation. It will be Smith's 15th major league start, and his first since 2004, when he went 2-3 with a 6.20 ERA for Atlanta.
T. Smith to pitch for Braves?
(5/17/2006) MLB.com reports that either Travis Smith or Anthony Lerew will be called up on Saturday to pitch for the Braves at Arizona in place of injured starter Kyle Davies (groin strain).
Braves assign Smith to minors
(3/24/2006) The Braves assigned RHP Chad Paronto, RHP Wes Obermueller, RHP Travis Smith, RHP Sean White, C Jarrod Saltalamacchia, C Steve Pyzik, 3B Cesar Crespo, OF David Kelton and OF Michael Ryan to their minor league camp.
T. Smith gets minor-league pact
(1/19/2006) The Atlanta Braves signed RHP Travis Smith to minor-league contract with an invitation to spring training.
Marlins designate Smith for assign.
(9/8/2005) The Marlins purchased the contract of RHP Josh Johnson from Double-A Carolina before Wednesday's game, and designated right-hander Travis Smith for assignment.
Travis Smith optioned Saturday
(7/23/2005) The Marlins optioned Smith to Triple-A Albuquerque on Saturday.
Marlins call-up reliever Smith
(7/20/2005) The Florida Marlins recalled right-hander Travis Smith from Triple-A Albuquerque to take Nate Bump's (DL, shoulder) place in the bullpen. "We need some bullpen guys. We're pretty thin in that area," manager Jack McKeon said. Smith, 32, might fit the bill for long relief. He made his major-league debut with Milwaukee in 1998, but didn't get back to the majors again until 2002, when he started 10 of 12 games with St. Louis. He played in Korea in 2003 and caught on with Atlanta for 16 games -- four starts -- last season.
Travis Smith designated Thursday
(6/24/2005) The Marlins designated Travis Smith for assignment Thursday.
Travis Smith to start Saturday
(6/22/2005) The Miami Herald reports Smith is penciled in to start Saturday's game at Tampa Bay.
Smith recalled from Triple-A
(5/29/2005) The Marlins recalled pitcher Travis Smith from Triple-A Albuquerque Saturday. He went 2-1 with a 6.75 ERA in four starts at Albuquerque. He had an 8.10 ERA in four appearances with the Marlins earlier this season.
Marlins demote Travis Smith
(5/19/2005) The Marlins optioned Smith to Triple-A Albuquerque on Wednesday.
Marlins' Smith tagged by ex-mates
(5/5/2005) RHP Travis Smith got a chance to face his old team Wednesday. Smith, who pitched for the Braves in 2004, gave up two runs in the seventh on a walk and consecutive doubles by Johnny Estrada and Adam LaRoche. "I put them where they wanted them, and they hit them," Smith said.
Marlins bring back Smith quickly
(5/1/2005) The Marlins recalled right-handed pitcher Travis Smith from Triple-A Albuquerque. Smith had been optioned to the minors Saturday when the Marlins called up left-hander Jim Crowell. Smith pitched a scoreless inning Tuesday for Florida.
Marlins send down RHP Smith
(5/1/2005) The Marlins optioned RHP Travis Smith to Triple-A Albuquerque.
Marlins bring up Travis Smith
(4/23/2005) Smith had his contract purchased from Triple-A Albuquerque on Friday.
Marlins sign Travis Smith
(11/22/2004) Travis Smith signed a minor-league deal with the Marlins.
Smith solid in spot start
(9/6/2004) Travis Smith pitched five solid innings and earned his first major league win in more than two years on Monday against Philadephia. He allowed five hits and one run in the victory.
Travis Smith to join Braves
(9/1/2004) According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Travis Smith will be recalled from Triple-A Richmond on Wednesday.
(7/1/2004) The Atlanta Braves optioned Travis Smith to Triple-A Richmond on Friday. Tim Drew was called up to take his roster spot.
Smith could get spot start
(6/11/2004) Travis Smith will not start on Saturday at the Chicago White Sox, as he pitched four innings of relief on Wednesday. He might get the start on Sunday, however, if Mike Hampton is unable to pitch due to a bruised left triceps.
Travis Smith recalled by Braves
(5/31/2004) The Braves purchased Smith's contract from Triple-A Richmond in time for him to start Sunday's game at Philadelphia. He was 4-1 with a 2.49 ERA in nine starts for Richmond, and held the Phillies to two runs in six innings in his major-league debut.