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MLB Injury News:
The Arizona Diamondbacks have expressed interest in free
agent right-hander Brandon McCarthy, report Nick Piecoro of The Arizona
Sources say Dbacks have expressed interest in free-agent RHP Brandon McCarthy, whom they also pursued as a free agent two years ago.
— Nick Piecoro (@nickpiecoro) December 1, 2012
Piecoro adds that the Diamondbacks pursued McCarthy as a
free agent two years ago before he signed with the Oakland Athletics.
With Daniel Hudson recovering from Tommy John surgery, the
Diamondbacks are reportedly in the market for a veteran pitcher to pair with
their projected starting three of Ian Kennedy, Wade Miley and Trevor Cahill.
McCarthy has been solid for the A’s since signing with them
prior to the 2011 season when he’s been healthy, but the issue has been keeping
the right-hander on the mound.
While he was able to make 25 starts in 2011, McCarthy was
limited to 18 starts and 111 innings last season due to s...
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