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The Oakland A's non-roster invitee list grew by one on Tuesday, as the team announced the signing of veteran reliever Hideki Okajima to a minor-league contract.
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Hideki Okajima has agreed to a minor league contract with the Oakland Athletics.
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Per the Chronicle’s Susan Slusser, among others, the A’s came to terms on a minor-league contract with reliever Hideki Okajima on Monday, the day pitchers and catchers officially reported for camp.
The deal is set to be announced Tuesday, pending the results of a physical.
The lefty spent 2012 out of MLB, playing in Japan and putting up a 0.94 ERA. Prior to that, Okajima spent...
Brandon Inge, whose long Detroit Tigers career came to an end when he was released last season, has contract offers on the table from two different (and unidentified) MLB teams, according to a report by MLB.com’s Evan Drellich.
Drellich reported that both deals would provide Inge a minor-league contract with a spring-training invite.
After the Tigers cut Inge loose following a...
Born: May 19, 1977
Drafted: 2nd Round, 57th Overall, 1998 (Tigers)
How Acquired: Minor League Free Agent
College: Virginia Commonwealth University
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