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The Cleveland Indians and Felix Pie have agreed to a two-year Minor League deal with a Spring Training invitation, Dan Connolly of The Baltimore Sun reports. The deal is worth up to $1 million with performance bonuses.
Pie last played 85 games with the Baltimore Orioles in 2011 where he hit .220/.264/.280, but was designated for assignment in August.. He signed a one-year contract prior to last season for $985,000.
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Felix PieAccording to a report in the Baltimore Sun on Sunday, the Indians have agreed to terms with Felix Pie on a minor league contract with an invite to Major League spring training. The Indians have yet to formally announce the signing, likely because final terms of the deal are still being completed and he has to pass a physical. An official announcement should come soon if...
Jesus AguilarAround the Farm (ATF) takes a quick look at some of the daily performances by Indians prospects. This is a special winter ball version of ATF that recaps all the offseason action by Indians players in the Caribbean Leagues. The positions listed below are where the player was playing in the game.Here is the rundown of what Indians players in winter ball did yesterday...
Brantley saw some time at first in the minors in2007 and 2008, and could see some spot dutythere next season. (Photo: Huntsville Stars)Some news, notes, and thoughts from my Indians notebook…Brantley to first base?The Indians are considering playing outfielder Michael Brantley at first base next season. They approached him about it at the end of the season, and he will likely...
The Indians have offered contracts to all the unsigned players on their roster, including seven who are eligible for arbitration this winter.
The club had until midnight Monday to tender contracts for the 2012 season to any unsigned players listed on the 40-man roster. Any players who are non-tendered become free agents.
All-Star shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera, outfielder Shin-Soo...
Toru MurataAround the Farm (ATF) takes a quick look at some of the daily performances by Indians prospects. This is a special winter ball version of ATF that recaps all the offseason action by Indians players in the Caribbean Leagues. The positions listed below are where the player was playing in the game.Here is the rundown of what Indians players in winter ball did yesterday...
The Baltimore Orioles have declined to tender a contract offer to outfielder Luke Scott, who becomes a free agent after an injury-plagued season in which he played only 64 games.
The 33-year-old Scott was acquired by Baltimore in the December 2007 trade that sent Miguel Tejada to the Houston Astros. Scott was voted the Orioles' most valuable player in 2010, but he was hindered...
Free-agent outfielder Felix Pie agreed to terms on a Minor League contract with Cleveland, the Baltimore Sun reported on Sunday. The deal would include an invitation to attend Spring Training with the big league club.
After long deliberation, Orioles end up offering Bergesen a contractThe Orioles have decided to offer a 2012 contract to right-hander Brad Bergesen as well as six others who are eligible for arbitration this winter.
In every Indian fan there's a GM waiting to get out ... as Paul Hoynes learns in this week's mailbag.
Key members of the Baltimore Orioles front office, along with Buck Showalter and Dan Duquette have travelled to the Dominican Republic to take a look at Cuban slugger and outfielder Yoenis Cespedes. As you see in the video below, the man has some serious skills and the physique to boot; however, the question is – if and when he debuts in the majors – can he hit major league...
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The Orioles decided Monday not to tender a 2012 contract to outfielder Luke Scott, allowing their 2010 Most Valuable Oriole to become a free agent, according to an industry source.
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