The Giants have signed Angel Berroa to a minor league contract, according to Baseball America's latest round of minor league transactions.
Berroa was signed to a minor league deal by the Dodgers earlier in the winter, but was released before the season began. Since hitting .287/.338/.451 and earning AL Rookie of the Year honors in 2003, the 30-year-old shortstop has posted an uninspiring slash line of .249/.291/.353 in 2033 plate appearances for the Royals, Dodgers, Yankees, and Mets.
This only makes sense if we cut Renteria
Yea great move Sabes I’m sure this will jump start the O!
It’s a special moment in a player’s career… when he finally gets old enough to be signed by the Giants.
As with most minor league signings of former major leaguers, this move is like buying a lotto ticket. However, the grand prize for this lotto is about $20. Why bother?