Under the theory that a team never has enough pitching, the Seattle Mariners and GM Jack Zduriencik added one.
Luis Pena, a 26-year-old hard-throwing right-hander, was claimed on waivers from the Milwaukee Brewers - the team Zduriencik left to join Seattle.
Pena was in the clubhouse shortly after noon and will begin working out with the team today.
Last year, closing for Class AAA Nashville, Pena had 15 saves, went 2-3 with a 6.93 earned run average in 52 games. He threw 47 innings, struck out 49 batters and walked 47.
Pena's a tall fellow - 6-foot-5 and listed at 200 pounds.
He becomes the 30th pitcher in camp, and that number will grow to 31 in a few days when Jarrod Washburn joins the club after an excused absence.