Journeyman pitcher Jamey Wright, who was attempting to make a comeback with the Dodgers this spring, has retired at age 41.
The Los Angeles Times was the first to report the news. An offical announcement is expected to come later on Monday.
After sitting out the 2015 season, the sinkerballer struggled in spring training with Los Angeles this year, posting a 12.15 ERA in 6 2/3 innings pitching.
Wright pitched for the Giants in 2006, serving as the team's fifth starter/long reliever. He finished the year with a 6-10 record and 5.19 ERA in 34 appearances (21 starts).
Wright pitched for 10 teams -- including two stints with the Dodgers -- over the course of his 19-year MLB career, finishing with a 4.81 ERA in 719 appearances (248 starts).