Source: FA RHP Brett Myers is taking the year off, but is not retired. Will seek a deal next offseason.
CBSSports.com "The Indians have released right-hander Brett Myers. Myers had been sidelined since April 19 because of an elbow strain and the Indians activated him from the 60-day DL just prior to cutting him loose. The Indians signed Myers to a one-year $7-million contract this past offseason. In 2013 Myers..." August 29
Cleveland Plain Dealer "Sunday's MRI and exam of Brett Myers' right elbow in Cleveland revealed tendinitis and a mild strain (tear) of the ulnar collateral ligament. Myers won't be able to throw for two weeks. The Indians placed Myers on the disabled list Sunday after watching him pitch five innings in a 3-2 loss to..." April 22
ESPN.com "Indians manager Terry Francona said starter Brett Myers will fly back to Cleveland on Sunday to have tests done on his forearm. Myers lost Friday night's game and said afterward that he has been struggling with tendinitis in his throwing arm this season. " April 20