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ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) -- Left-hander Mitch Stetter and right-hander Sean Green agreed Monday to minor league contracts with the Texas Rangers that include invitations to major league spring training.
Stetter and Green were on Milwaukee's opening-day roster last season, but didn't pitch for the NL Central champion Brewers after mid-May.
Stetter spent most of last season on the disabled list with left hip irritation, allowing four runs over seven innings in 16 appearances before going on the DL. In 132 career games, all with the Brewers from 2007-11, he is 8-2 with one save and a 4.08 ERA in 86 innings.
Green was 0-1 with a 5.40 ERA in 14 appearances before being designated for assignment. He spent the rest of the season with Triple-A Nashville, where he had a 3.91 ERA in 33 relief appearances, then had four saves and a 1.37 ERA in 15 appearances for Mayaguez in the Puerto Rican Winter League.
Green has made 264 major league appearances for Seattle (2006-08), the New York ...
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