Found February 11, 2014 on Tireball.com:
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The Miami Marlins have signed relief pitcher Carlos Marmol to a one-year contract worth $1.25 million. Marmol, 31, split the 2013 season between the Chicago Cubs and Los Angeles Dodgers posting a 4.41 ERA and a unsettling 59/40 K/BB ratio. The deal was agreed to last week and became official after Marmol passed a physical. The Marlins are hoping to get anything out of Marmol.
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