"Former Oregon State pitcher Mike Stutes threw one scoreless inning in Philadelphia's 4-0 loss at Arizona on Monday night.
The right-hander became the 25th former OSU player to play at the Major League Baseball level.
Stutes was called up by the Phillies from Triple-A Lehigh Valley on Sunday when they placed Jose Contreras on the 15-day disabled list. He entered the game in relief for Cliff Lee in the eighth and struck out one in facing three batters.
Prior to being selected by the Phillies, Stutes had appeared in seven games at the Triple-A level, accumulating a 2-1 record and 1.80 ERA with one save in 10 innings. He had 14 strikeouts."
Earlier this year, Darwin Barney won a position with the Cubs, and is having a pretty good season. Stutes is a part of a great Phillies team, that has one of the best rotations in the history of the league (yet my DBacks beat them 2 straight games :-) ).