(4/23/2008) The New York Daily News reports that the Mets have signed LHP Eude Brito to a minor-league contract. Brito, who made 11 appearances (seven starts) for the Phillies from 2005-06, was assigned to Double-A Binghamton.
(7/1/2007) The Phillies outrighted P Eude Brito off the 40-man roster in late June.
Phillies make some minor cuts
(3/26/2007) The Phillies optioned LHP Eude Brito and LHP Fabio Castro to minor-league camp. Also, they reassigned 1B Brennan King and C Dusty Wathan to minor-league camp.
Brito returns to mound Saturday
(3/24/2007) Phillies SP Eude Brito (neck,back) returned to the hill Saturday against the Reds. He pitched one inning in relief, allowing two hits, one homer and one earned run.
Brito might throw on Saturday
(3/10/2007) The Philadelphia Daily News reports that LHP Eude Brito (neck) hopes to throw a bullpen session Saturday and throw batting practice on Sunday. He suffered the neck injury in a car crash in December and he has been unable to pitch so far this spring.
Brito still unable to pitch
(2/24/2007) Phillies LHP Eude Brito has been unable to pitch early in spring training because of soreness in his neck and back after getting into a car accident Dec. 21 in his native Dominican Republic. Brito had to wear a neck brace for nearly a month after the accident, in which he swerved to avoid a motorcycle but wound up hitting a tree.
Brito pitches four innings
(9/2/2006) Scott Mathieson left Saturday's game at Philadelphia with a strained right elbow following one pitch to the second batter he faced. Eude Brito (1-2) allowed two runs and four hits in four innings of relief after Mathieson came out. Brito surrendered a two-run homer to Chipper Jones in the first inning, but settled down.
No need for Brito just yet
(6/27/2006) With Tuesday's rainout of the Phillies-Orioles game, the Phillies will not need to make a decision about a fifth starter to fill the void left by Brett Myers yet.
Eude Brito a rotation option?
(6/27/2006) Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Brett Myers will take a leave of absence from the team through the All-Star break to focus on personal matters following his arrest on assault charges against his wife. Myers was arrested Friday and charged with hitting his wife in the face on a street not far from Fenway Park where the Phillies played the Red Sox. He was freed after his wife posted $200 bail and faces a court date of Aug. 4.
Brito not yet an option for Sat.
(6/14/2006) The Phillies still haven't decided who will pitch Saturday against Tampa Bay. Eude Brito was 0-2 with a 10.38 ERA in two starts filling in for the injured Jon Lieber. Manager Charlie Manuel said he has two or three candidates, including reliever Ryan Franklin, who was a starter in the AL. Gavin Floyd, who began the season in the rotation, has pitched well in both of his starts at Triple-A and is another possibility.
Brito optioned out to minors
(6/11/2006) The Phillies optioned LHP Eude Brito to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre of the IL on Friday and recalled OF Chris Roberson. Monday's off day gave the Phillies a chance to skip Brito (0-2, 10.38 ERA), who has struggled in two starts in place of Jon Lieber (groin). Manager Charlie Manuel hasn't decided who will pitch when Brito's spot comes up again June 17.
Phillies can skip Brito
(6/10/2006) Monday's off day will give the Phillies a chance to skip LHP Eude Brito (0-2, 10.38 ERA), who has struggled in two starts in place of Jon Lieber (groin). Manager Charlie Manuel hasn't decided who will pitch when Brito's spot comes up again on June 17.
Brito has hectic pitching line
(6/8/2006) Eude Brito had a busy pitching line in his second start of the season in a loss on Thursday at Washington. He pitched 4 2/3 innings, allowed five hits, four runs and had three walks, two strikeouts, two wild pitches, one balk and one hit batter. Brito has a 10.38 ERA since taking the spot in the in rotation vacated when Jon Lieber went down with a groin injury, and manager Charlie Manuel said before the game that Brito "needs to show something" to make a case to stay in the rotation.
Eude Brito rocked in L.A.
(6/3/2006) Eude Brito (0-1) was charged with six runs and nine hits over four innings on Saturday at the Dodgers and did not strike out a batter in his sixth major league start and first since Sept. 24. The left-hander was called up on Friday from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre after the Phillies optioned righty Gavin Floyd to their Triple-A club.
Phillies recall LHP Brito
(6/2/2006) The Phillies sent right-hander Gavin Floyd to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre and recalled left-hander Eude Brito on Friday. The 27-year-old Brito was 5-2 with a 3.20 ERA in 10 games with the Red Barons. He last pitched May 27 against Louisville, striking out five in seven innings.
Brito recalled from Triple-A
(6/1/2006) The Phillies recalled LHP Eude Brito from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. He will start for Jon Lieber (15-day DL) on Saturday at Los Angeles. Brito was 1-2 with a 3.68 ERA in six games, including five starts last season. He was 5-2 with a 3.02 ERA at Scranton. Lieber is expected to miss three weeks with a groin injury.
Brito will start Saturday
(5/31/2006) LHP Eude Brito will be recalled from Triple-A Scranton Wilkes-Barre to start for Jon Lieber on Saturday at Los Angeles. Brito was 1-2 with a 3.68 ERA in six games, including five starts last season. He was 5-2 with a 3.02 ERA at Scranton. Lieber is expected to miss three weeks with a groin injury.
Eude Brito optioned to minors
(3/30/2006) The Phillies optioned RHP Robinson Tejeda, LHP Eude Brito and INF Danny Sandoval to their minor league camp on Wednesday.
Brito vies for Phils' No. 5 spot
(1/18/2006) Ryan Madson, the setup man before the Phillies acquired Urbina last summer, is tentatively slated to return to that role. If the Phillies can acquire a setup man, Madson would likely move into the rotation. Jon Lieber, Brett Myers and Cory Lidle are Philadelphia's top three starters going into spring training next month. Ryan Franklin, coming off consecutive 15-loss seasons, is penciled in behind them, while several pitchers are in the mix to be the fifth starter. Robinson Tejeda, Eude Brito, Gavin Floyd and Ricardo Rodriguez are among those who will compete for the final spot.
LH Brito might start Friday
(9/19/2005) Cory Lidle, Brett Myers and Jon Lieber are the scheduled starters for the series with the Braves, and Vicente Padilla will open the series with Cincinnati Reds. Eude Brito might work Friday as the No. 5 starter. "It's just that I haven't made up my mind yet," manager Charlie Manuel told MLB.com. "We'll talk about it."
Brito to start Sunday
(9/15/2005) Eude Brito, who pitched six scoreless innings to beat the Braves in his third career start Monday night, earned a start against Florida on Sunday. Gavin Floyd likely will pitch out of the bullpen unless another starter goes down.
Brito top candidate to start Sunday
(9/14/2005) Eude Brito, who earned his first victory in the major leagues Monday night, or Gavin Floyd will start Sunday against the Marlins. Manager Charlie Manuel said Robinson Tejeda will pitch out of the bullpen when he returns.
Brito might start Tues. vs. Braves
(9/8/2005) RHP Robinson Tejeda still is experiencing pain in his throwing shoulder. Tejeda hasn't pitched since Aug. 30, and isn't expected back soon. LHP Eude Brito or RHP Gavin Floyd will start against Atlanta on Tuesday.
Brito banished back to bullpen
(9/6/2005) A day off Thursday allows manager Charlie Manuel to go with a four-man rotation to bolster a depleted staff this week. Cory Lidle will come off the DL to start against Florida on Friday night. Brett Myers pitches Saturday and Jon Lieber, who faces Houston Tuesday, will take the mound Sunday. Vicente Padilla will also stay on regular rest as Robinson Tejeda, Gavin Floyd and Eude Brito are restricted to bullpen duty.
(9/1/2005) Rookie LHP Eude Brito is slated to start Saturday at Washington. Brito allowed one run and three hits in five innings of a no-decision Aug. 21 against Pittsburgh, his major-league debut.
Eude Brito has decent debut
(8/22/2005) Brito allowed one earned run and three hits in five innings on Sunday against the Pirates, but he did not factor into the decision in his major league debut.
Brito might make debut Sunday
(8/18/2005) Manager Charlie Manuel said LHP Eude Brito could make his debut against Pittsburgh on Sunday. Brito hasn't pitched since being recalled from Triple-A Scranton Wilkes-Barre on Aug. 5, but the Phillies need a starter because of Thursday's doubleheader.
Brito joins Phillies
(8/6/2005) The Phillies recalled LHP Eude Brito from Triple-A Scranton Wilkes-Barre Friday.