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As I mentioned earlier, the Los Angeles Dodgers signed right-handed relief pitcher Todd Coffey to a one-year dear that will carry a team option for 2013. Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times reports that Coffey’s 2012 salary will be $1 million and will come with a $300k buyout clause on the 2013 team option.
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When Yahoo News reported Starbucks hiring in the Southern California area, the Dodgers decided to one-up them by signing reliever Todd Coffey to a 1-year $1.3 million. The career 4.08 ERA RHP served with the Washington Nationals last season and posted a 3.62 ERA in just under 60 innings of work. In 10 innings pitched at Dodger stadium, he holds a 3.38 ERA, so hey not so terrible...
Los Angeles Dodgers have signed right-handed reliever/competitive eater Todd Coffey to a one-year deal worth $1.3 million plus $350k in incentives. You think I’m joking about the food subsidies? Absolutely not. I’ll analyze the deal in a bit, but for now, let’s just make fun of him being fat. Thanks
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