There's a good chance Monday signaled the end of Joel Pineiro's career in Major League Baseball. Pineiro who won 104 games over 12 seasons for the Mariners, Cardinals and others saw his comeback attempt derailed for the foreseeable future. Pineiro hadn't pitched in the big leagues since 2011 when he was 7-7 with a 5.13 ERA for the Angels. Pineiro, 35, is 104-93 with a 4.41 ERA over 12 career seasons with the Seattle Mariner, St. At his career peak, Pineiro was pretty good for the Mariners going 14-7 with a 3.24 ERA in 2002 for the Mariners, then 16-11 with a 3.78 ERA in 2003. Piniero re-signed with Los Angeles on June 7, but the Angels released him after he posted a 7.48 ERA and allowed 36 hits in 21 2/3 innings with Salt Lake in the Triple-A Pacific Coast League.