Found January 17, 2012 on Miami Herald:
PLAYERS: Edward Mujica
TEAMS: Miami Marlins
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The Miami Marlins have avoided arbitration with former closer Juan Carlos Oviedo as well as reliever Edward Mujica, signing the right-handers to a one-year deals.
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