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The Chicago Cubs signed reliever Manny Corpas to a one-year contract on Thursday.
Financial terms were not disclosed.
Corpas is attempting to return from Tommy John elbow surgery after sitting out last season. The righthander rehabbed with the Texas Rangers in 2011, but did not throw a single pitch for the American League club.
The 29-year-old Corpas posted a 3-5 mark with 10...
The Yankees were in talks earlier this month with right handed reliever Manuel Corpas, who missed all of last season with Tommy John Surgery, but Corpas signed a deal with the Cubs yesterday.
The deal was a major league deal which is probably why the Yankees didn’t last him as they were likely offering a minor league deal only as is their style with relievers like this. According...
The Chicago Cubs have come to terms with relief pitcher Manny Corpas, according to a source close to Bruce Levine of ESPNChicago.com. The deal will come become official on Friday. Terms of the deal are not yet public.
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The Chicago Cubs have agreed to terms with relief pitcher Manny Corpas.
The Cubs have agreed to a one-year Major League deal with reliever Manuel Corpas, an industry source confirmed to MLB.com.
The Cubs have signed right-hander Manny Corpas to a one-year deal, reports Bruce Levine of ESPN Chicago (via Twitter).
The Cubs continue their steady, but very slow, retooling by signing reliever Manny Corpas, who fits right into the new Theo Epstein school of taking low price players to fill slots.