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Indians Sign David Cooper

The Indians announced that they have signed first baseman David Cooper to a minor league deal.  Cooper can opt out of the contract in late August if he's not added to the major league roster by that time, Jerry Crasnick of ESPN.com reports (Twitter links). The 26-year-old is a client of CAA Sports.

Cooper appeared in 45 games for the Blue Jays in 2012 as a first baseman and designated hitter and posted a .300/.324/.464 batting line in 145 plate appearances, including four home runs.  He was released in March by Toronto after missing significant time with a back injury.  The problem was apparently serious enough to make retirement a possibility.








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