Here are today's minor moves…
- The Rangers signed right-hander Sean Green and left-hander Mitch Stetter to minor league contracts that include invitations to Spring Training, MLB.com's T.R. Sullivan writes.
- The White Sox agreed to sign left-handers Leyson Septimo and Eric Stults, catcher Hector Gimenez, infielder Ray Olmedo and outfielder Delwyn Young to minor-league contracts that include invitations to Spring Training, the team announced. Stults, 32, appeared in six games with the 2011 Rockies and also has experience with the Dodgers. Young played for the Dodgers and Pirates from 2006-10, but spent the 2011 season at Triple-A, where he posted a .685 OPS in 480 plate appearances. Gimenez appeared in four games with the 2011 Dodgers and Olmedo played for the Reds and Blue Jays from 2003-07.
- The club confirmed its deals with Brian Bruney, Dallas McPherson and Damaso Espino.
I remember when Dallas McPherson was a top prospect in Angels system. Oh how the times have changed.
Came here to post the same thing.
McPherson deserves a shot in MLB, I could see a Reynolds like year.
You mean by leading the majors in strikeouts?
And everybody is saying the Rangers don’t have any more money to spend……..
The White Sox signed the guy who was supposed to play Marty McFly
Yay, lefties for the ‘pen
Mitch Stetter is pretty solid LOOGY, actually…wonder if he has any shot to make the team?
White Sox denying a whole bunch of guys their first year in doing something else the rest of of their lives