BOSTON — The Red Sox have obtained Anthony Varvaro from the Atlanta Braves for Aaron Kurcz in a swap of right-handed pitchers.

Varvaro was 3-3 with a 2.63 ERA for the Braves last year, his fifth season in the majors.

Boston is remaking its bullpen after letting Burke Badenhop and Scott Breslow become free agents and losing out on left-hander Andrew Miller, who signed with the Yankees.

In 61 relief outings last season, the 30-year-old Varvaro had 50 strikeouts and 13 walks. The Braves designated him for assignment on Monday.

Kurcz, 24, was 3-2 with a 2.14 ERA with Double-A Portland last season.

MARINERS-CUBS TRADE: Seattle has found a right-handed bat for its outfield, acquiring Justin Ruggiano from Chicago for minor league pitcher Matt Brazis.

Ruggiano appeared in 81 games last season for the Cubs, hitting .281 with six homers and 28 RBI.

PADRES-RAYS TRADE: San Diego reportedly acquired outfielder Wil Myers from Tampa Bay.

Myers was the AL rookie of the year in 2013, when he hit .293 with 13 homers with 53 RBI with Tampa Bay. But he was limited to 87 games this past year due to a right wrist injury.

San Diego also received catcher Ryan Hanigan and two minor league pitchers, with catcher Rene Rivera moving from the Padres to Tampa Bay.

YANKEES: Chris Capuano is staying in New York, just like fellow free agents Chase Headley and Chris Young.

The 36-year-old lefty agreed to a $5 million, one-year contract and figures to join a rotation projected to include Masahiro Tanaka, CC Sabathia and Michael Pineda.

ORIOLES: Chris Davis will be allowed to use Adderall next season after the first baseman received a 25-game suspension this year for using the drug.

Manager Buck Showalter said Davis told him he has received a therapeutic use exemption for Adderall in 2015.

MLB suspended Davis for 25 games on Sept. 12 following a second failed test for the banned amphetamine. Davis served 24 games of the penalty and will miss opening day.

ROYALS: Edinson Volquez, who went 13-7 in 31 starts for Pittsburgh Pirates last season, has reached a two-year contract agreement for $20 million, pending a physical.

GIANTS: Free agent reliever Sergio Romo is closing in on a $15 million, two-year contract, sources said.

MARLINS: Michael Morse agreed to a $16 million two-year contract, and the team expects the former Giant to start at first base.