Segovia has nine games of Major League experience; one start with the Phillies in 2007 and eight more appearances in relief in 2009 with the Nationals. The journeyman has played for five different organizations the last five seasons (Tigers, Brewers, Yankees, Nationals, Phillies). Segovia began his career as a starter in the Phillies organization, after being drafted by Philadelphia in the second round of the 2002 draft. By the end of his time with the Nationals he was strictly a reliever, and then made 44 appearances out of the bullpen for Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (Yankees) in 2010, then 45 relief appearances for Triple-A Nashville (Brewers) in 2011 and did not make a start in either season.
He made another run at starting a season ago, with 12 starts for Double-A Erie (Tigers). In 10 professional seasons upon joining the Revolution, Segovia, 30, has 284 total appearances, 130 starts and 12 saves.