Found December 05, 2012 on MLB Buzz:
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• Free-agent reliever Sean Burnett and the Los Angeles Angels agree to a two year deal with a club option, pending a physical. Angels' late-inning options now include Burnett and Scott Downs from the left side, Ryan Madson and Ernesto Frieri from the right. • Free-agent reliever Randy Choate has agreed to a three-year deal with the St. Louis Cardinals, sources say.
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