The Long Island Ducks of of the independent Atlantic League have signed left-hander Lenny DiNardo.
Red Sox released LHP Lenny DiNardo.
The Red Sox have agreed to a contract with left-hander Lenny DiNardo, according to Rob Bradford of WEEI.com.
It turns out Lenny DiNardo (elbow surgery) may not be done for the season as initially thought.
Athletics reassigned LHP Lenny DiNardo, RHPs Fernando Hernandez and Marcus McBeth, C Josh Donaldson, 2B Adrian Cardenas, IFs Gregorio Petit and Eric Sogard, and OFs Corey Brown and Matt Carson to minor league camp.
Lenny DiNardo is working on a new side-arm motion with bullpen coach Ron Romanick.
Lenny DiNardo (foot) is hoping to resume throwing on Wednesday.
Lenny DiNardo has been diagnosed with a strained arch in his left foot and is being called "day-to-day."
Athletics signed LHP Lenny DiNardo to a minor league contract.
Lenny DiNardo has opted for free agency rather than accept an outright assignment to Triple-A Omaha.
Lenny DiNardo was tagged for seven runs -- five earned -- over one-plus inning in a 10-7 loss to the Twins on Friday night.
Lenny DiNardo was roughed up by the Red Sox for eight runs on 10 hits over five innings on Monday night.
Making his 2009 debut, Lenny DiNardo gave up two runs in five innings Thursday in a no-decision aganist the Tigers.
Royals purchased the contract of LHP Lenny DiNardo from Triple-A Omaha.