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Oakland A's Profile: Dana Eveland, P

Eveland has stellar minor league numbers.

In mid-December, the Oakland A's sent their top starter, Dan Haren, and a minor league relief prospect, Connor Robertson, to the Arizona Diamondbacks for a package of six prospects. has been taking a closer look at the six players that the A's acquired. We finish with a profile of left-handed pitcher Dana Eveland.

Name: Dana Eveland DOB: 10/29/83 H/W: 6'1''/ 250 LB B/T: L/L Background Eveland's career thus far has been marked by nearly flawless work at the minor league level and struggles in the major leagues. He began his pro career in 2002, when he was selected as a draft-and-follow in the 16th round of the 2002 draft by the Milwaukee Brewers. Eveland signed with Milwaukee in May 2003 and spent the rest... Recommended Stories

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