RENO -- The Dodgers signed pitcher Barry Enright to a minor league contract on Monday, and the right-hander will start for Triple-A Albuquerque Monday night in their series finale against the Aces (a Diamondbacks affiliate) in Reno.
Enright, 28, was 4-9 with a 5.58 ERA in 19 starts with Triple-A Lehigh Valley (a Phillies affiliate) with 64 strikeouts and 33 walks in 101⅔ innings before getting released on July 18.
Enright, who was drafted by Arizona in 2007 out of Pepperdine, was 7-13 with a 5.57 ERA in parts of four seasons with the Diamondbacks and Angels, with 76 strikeouts and 52 walks in 148⅔ innings over 31 games, including 26 starts.
He made 42 starts for Reno, Monday night's opponent, in 2011-2012.
Finally landed in Reno NV, oh the memories...— Barry Enright (@BarryEnright45) July 28, 2014
To make room for Enright on the roster, Albuquerque placed outfielder Roger Bernadina on the disabled list with a sprained left wrist. Bernardina injured his wrist in a collision with Fresno first baseman Travis Ishikawa in the eighth inning on July 21. Bernadina remained in the game and scored the winning run, but has been limited to one game and one plate appearance since, a strikeout as a pinch hitter on Saturday in Reno.