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The Orioles have signed veteran reliever Luis Ayala to a one-year deal with an option, sources confirmed to MLB.com on Friday.
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Today, the Orioles signed yet another pitcher – this time, a reliever.
They signed reliever Luis Ayala – a seven-year veteran – to a one-year deal.
From Roch’s Blog at MASN Sports: The club has reached agreement with right-hander Luis Ayala, and the deal will become official once his physical is completed and the results are known.
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On part two of the Open Mike program from February 10, 2012, Michael Cohen and Karen Vankat talk about the potential moves that could be made by the New York Yankees in the coming weeks. Will the Bombers trade A.J. Burnett to the Pittsburgh Pirates for outfielder Garrett Jones? What does it mean for the Yankees rotation?
Mike and Karen also go back over the Super Bowl, and what the...
To make room for Luis Ayala on the Orioles' 40-man roster, the club designated outfielder Matt Angle for assignment.