Edmonton Capitals Sign Willy Aybar

The Edmonton Capitals of the independent North American League have signed Willy Aybar, the league announced. The Rays non-tendered the 28-year-old switch-hitter in December and he remained a free agent until today without drawing any reported interest.

The five-year veteran appeared in 100 games for the Rays last season, his third in Tampa. He finished the season with a .230/.309/.344 line through 309 plate appearances as a utility infielder. Aybar has a .258/.341/.399 career line and experience at all four infield positions since breaking in with the Dodgers in 2005.

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  1. mhunke 4 years ago

    dayum! how low can you go

  2. Blue387 4 years ago

    The Mariners could use someone like him. You know, a batter.

  3. Dan Mazzaro 4 years ago

    Erick > Willy

  4. Gumby65 4 years ago

    Needs to change pronunciation to Willy Eh-bar now.

  5. METfan201 4 years ago

    Thats a shame

  6. Metsfan4life5 4 years ago

    too bad this guy would have been better than Hu

    • METfan201 4 years ago

      I was wondering why he didnt get signed honestly.

  7. TimotheusATL 4 years ago

    Am I the only person who thought Aybar had made a foray into hockey until actually reading the post?

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