We’ll use this post to keep track of today’s minor moves around baseball…
- The Angels have signed right-handed pitcher Michael Kohn to a minor league deal, reports Maria Torres of the Los Angeles Times. He won’t get an invite to Major League Spring Training, but he’ll return to the organization with which he played the first six years of his professional career. He spent last year in the Diamondbacks’ minor league system, pitching mostly at Double-A. He was a strikeout machine at that level, notching 41 K’s in just 22 2/3 innings of work. He’s played in the Majors in parts of five seasons (most recently in 2015), getting into 132 games and posting a solid 3.52 career ERA. In 115 innings of big league action, he’s struck out 111 batters and walked 79.
dynamite drop in monty
Sex with furniture?
All American Johnsonville Dogs
Only leather. Wood rubs the wrong way. Plus splinters
Just because you don’t get an invite to ST doesn’t mean you can’t make the team. Just ask Willie Mays Hayes.
No matt harvey signing yet?????
What team would take a chance on him now?
Dark Knight t-shirts are still available…