The Mariners announced Thursday that they’ve selected the contract of right-hander Robert Dugger to the 40-man roster and called him up from their taxi squad as the 27th man for their doubleheader against the Orioles.

Dugger, 25, will now have the chance to pitch for the club that originally drafted him in the 18th round back in 2016. That appeared unlikely not long ago, as Seattle traded him to the Marlins alongside righty Nick Neidert and infielder Christopher Torres in the trade that brought Dee Strange-Gordon to the Mariners.