Found January 27, 2012 on Fox Sports:
The Phillies added depth to their outfield Friday, signing free agent Juan Pierre to a minor-league contract. There is no obvious spot for Pierre with the Phillies, who plan to use Hunter Pence in right, Shane Victorino in center and a Laynce Nix/John Mayberry platoon in left. But Pierre, 34, protects the team in the event of injury, though the team also can turn to one of its top young players, Domonic Brown. Pierre batted .279/.329/.327 with the White Sox last season, with two home runs and 50 RBIs in 711 plate appearances. He also was 27-for-44 in stolen-base attempts; his 17 caught stealings were the most in the majors.

Phillies Sign Juan Pierre to Minor League Deal

Juan Pierre. (MLB)The Phillies have inked speedy outfielder Juan Pierre to a minor-league contract.Last season, Pierre, 34, was still a serviceable player with the Chicago White Sox, although we know he is completely one-dimensional. He will give you slap hits and speed and not much else. Over 158 games, Pierre hit .279 in 711 plate appearances, however, his steals fell from 68 in...

Phils Sign Juan Pierre To Minor-League Deal

Today, it was announced that the Phillies and outfielder Juan Pierre had agreed on a minor league contract. The details of the deal are not specified, but one would assume it includes a invitation to Spring Training. Duh, it’s only twenty-two days away. But nonetheless, the pickup of Pierre is a very good move by RAJ. Adding speed to this revamped-bench is just what the Phillies...

Phillies sign Juan Pierre

The Philadelphia Phillies have signed slugger Juan Pierre to a minor league deal which includes an invite to Spring Training, Jim Salisbury of reports. Pierre who is known for his speed on the base paths played for the White Sox last season and hit .279. He also had a career low (full season numbers) 27 stolen bases but almost matched his career in rbi's (55) with...

Juan Pierre a Phillie?

Looks like my wish might just come true. On Sunday I suggested the Phillies attempt to sign one of either Juan Pierre or Johnny Damon. Pierre seems to be Amaro's choice, and it's reportedly only a minor league deal. From Sunday's Blog Post:"Pierre is nothing more than a singles hitter, but he did lead the American League in stolen bases in 2010 with 68, and swiped...

Juan Pierre gets minor league deal with Phils

The Phillies haven't completed their off-season shopping in the free agent market, just yet. The latest addition is veteran outfielder Juan Pierre, who agreed to a minor league deal with the Phillies.

Juan Pierre Likely To Sign Minor-League Deal With Phillies

The speedster, a.k.a. Juan Pierre, is likely to sign a minor league deal with the Phillies according to Jim Salisbury of CSN Philly. Jon Heyman also backed up this report. Pierre last played for the Chicago White Sox.

Phillies ink Pierre to Minor League deal

In a small but potentially significant move, the Phillies signed speedy Juan Pierre to a Minor League contract with an invitation to Spring Training on Friday.

Phillies, OF Pierre agree to minor league deal

Outfielder Juan Pierre has agreed to a minor league contract with the Philadelphia Phillies.

Phils give OF Pierre minor league deal (AP)

Outfielder Juan Pierre has agreed to a minor league contract with the Philadelphia Phillies. The 34-year-old hit .279 with two homers, 50 RBIs and 27 steals for the Chicago White Sox last season, starting 152 games in left field. The left-handed batter hit .329 against lefties Pierre leads active players with 554 steals.

Phillies agree to minor league deal with Juan Pierre

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Phillies Sign Pierre, Mets Looking For LH Outfielder, Bay 2014 Option Is In Play

The Phillies have announced that they have signed free agent outfielder Juan Pierre to a minor league contract and it includes an invitation to Spring Training. Pierre, 34, spent the 2011 season with the White Sox and batted .279 with 27 stolen bases while playing everyday in left field. Yesterday, Jerry Crasnick of ESPN reported that the New York Mets are keeping a close eye...

Impact: Ross, Pierre, Lidge

Not all moves are of the big impact variety, but they still can hold fantasy relevance nonetheless. Whether they have a chance to contribute to 12-team mixed leagues or maybe deeper formats, these three players are worth keeping tabs on. Cody Ross: Signed by the Red Sox Ross has been mixed league relevant from time-to-time over his career. He has some power and can swipe a base...

Mets Monitoring Left Handed Hitting Options?

#bbpBox_162591686814482432 a { text-decoration:none; color:#0084B4; }#bbpBox_162591686814482432 a:hover { text-decoration:underline; }The #Mets are diligently monitoring the LH-hitting OF market: Damon, Fukudome, Ankiel, Ibanez and Pierre.about 21 hours ago via webReplyRetweetFavorite@jcrasnickJerry Crasnick Today reports surfaced that the Mets are keeping tabs on the remaining left...
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