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Red Sox Sign Joe Nelson

By Howard Megdal [February 1, 2010 at 6:36pm CST] FoxSports.com's Ken Rosenthal tweets that the Red Sox have signed Joe Nelson to a minor league deal.

 

Nelson pitched for Tampa Bay in 2009, posting a 4.02 ERA in 40 1/3 innings. The 35-year-old righty will have to earn a shot at the big club out of spring training, and his walk rate will have to improve over 2009 (27 in those 40 1/3 innings) to stick with Boston.

 

http://www.mlbtraderumors.com/2010/02/red-sox-sign-joe-nelson.html

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Giants Sign Guillermo Mota

By Ben Nicholson-Smith [February 2 at 5:39pm CST] The Giants signed Guillermo Mota to a minor league deal, according to Andrew Baggarly of the San Jose Mercury News. Unlike Horacio Ramirez and Byung-Hyun Kim, who also agreed to deals with the Giants today, Mota receives an invitation to Spring Training.

 

The Dodgers didn't offer Mota arbitration after last season.

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The Dodgers have agreed to re-sign Jeff Weaver to a minor league deal, tweets Yahoo's Tim Brown. The 33-year-old righty pitched to a 3.65 ERA in 79 innings for the Dodgers last year. He started seven games and finished five, serving as a swingman in Joe Torre's bullpen. Weaver paired a 3.8BB/9 with a career high strikeout rate of 7.3K/9.

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The Dodgers have agreed to re-sign Jeff Weaver to a minor league deal, tweets Yahoo's Tim Brown. The 33-year-old righty pitched to a 3.65 ERA in 79 innings for the Dodgers last year. He started seven games and finished five, serving as a swingman in Joe Torre's bullpen. Weaver paired a 3.8BB/9 with a career high strikeout rate of 7.3K/9.

 

seems like a no brainer... minor league deal means it can't be that much $$$

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Orlando Hudson Agrees To Deal With Twins

By Tim Dierkes [February 4, 2010 at 5:12pm CST] 5:12pm: Hudson has agreed to sign with the Twins, according to Curtis Kitchen of WHB Radio in Kansas City (via Twitter).

 

3:01pm: Christensen tweets that the Indians are outbidding Minnesota for Hudson, though he's skeptical considering Cleveland's lack of spending this offseason.

 

12:32pm: MLB.com's Bill Ladson tweets that Hudson will not play for the Nationals, and a deal is almost done with the Twins. Meanwhile ESPN's Buster Olney and Joe Christensen of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune both seem to believe the Indians are still in the mix (links go to Twitter).

 

11:59am: The Twins have "intensified their pursuit" of Orlando Hudson, according to Ken Rosenthal and Jon Paul Morosi of FOX Sports. The writers believe Hudson is likely to find a team this week, though the free agent second baseman is still asking for at least $6MM on a one-year deal.

 

Rosenthal and Morosi say the Nationals are not a clear frontrunner for Hudson, who could be swayed by the Twins' status as a contender. The Indians are seen as the least likely of the three suitors.

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