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Left-hander Jeremy Affeldt owns two World Series rings from his four seasons as a member of the San Francisco Giants. He'll have three more years with the team to attempt to add more jewelry. The Giants announced Wednesday that Affeldt, a free agent, signed a three-year, $18 million deal to remain with the reigning World Series champions. The sides agreed to terms Monday, and Affeldt subsequently passed a physical before the contract became official. Affeldt, 33, posted on his Twitter account: "So pumped to be back w my San Francisco family. 3 more yrs in the bay!" In 10 postseason appearances this year, Affeldt threw 10 1/3 scoreless innings. He allowed just five hits and three walks (one intentional) while striking out 10. In the regular season, Affeldt went 1-2 with three saves and a 2.70 ERA in 67 appearances. Affeldt has a 2.73 ERA, a 10-9 record and 10 saves overall with the Giants. He also was part of San Francisco's 2010 World Series title squ...
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