Found January 08, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
The Boston Red Sox have reached agreement with righthander Aaron Cook on a minor-league deal.Cook, who will turned 33 next month, has spent his entire career with the Colorado Rockies.He struggled to a 3-10 record with a 6.03 ERA last season after opening the year on the disabled list with a broken finger.Cook's best season came in 2008, when he went 16-9 with a 3.96 ERA in 32 starts.

Red Sox Sign Aaron Cook To Minor League Deal

As the Boston Red Sox found out during the 2011 season, you can never have enough starting pitching. According to multiple reports, the Red Sox have added some pitching depth by signing former Colorado Rockies pitcher Aaron Cook to a minor league deal. Alex Speier of reports that Cook will make $1.5 million if he makes the big league roster. Cook has spent his entire...

Your Morning Dump...where the Sox have signed Aaron Cook.

Every morning we compile the links of the day and dump them here... highlighting the big storyline. Because there's nothing quite as satisfying as a good morning dump... It's not going to alter the landscape of the Red Sox roster -- or maybe even their pitching rotation -- but the team reportedly agreed to a minor league contract with RHP Aaron Cook, which includes...

Just Hand Us the Trophy Right Now

According to various sources, the Red Sox have signed Aaron Cook to a minor league contract.Joking aside, Cook might be better than his won-loss record and career ERA of damn close to 5 (4.53) might look like. He's spent his entire career in Colorado, a notorious hitter's park. He's 32, old for this year's shopping list but young enough to surprise us. Welcome to Boston, kid.

Aaron Cook agrees to minor-league deal with Red Sox

Drawn by the chance to reunite with his former minor-league pitching coach, Aaron Cook confirmed Sunday night that he has agreed to a minor-league deal with the Red Sox pending a physical. Cook will find a familar face in Boston with its new pitching coach Bob McClure. McClure worked extensively with Cook in the minor leagues and during Triple-A rehab assignments with the Colorado...

Report: Red Sox Sign Right-Hander Aaron Cook to Minor-League Deal

In search of another arm to contend for rotation spot, the Red Sox reportedly signed right-hander Aaron Cook to a minor-league deal late Sunday night. Cook, who turns 33 next month, will be invited to spring training pending a physical, according to FOXSports' Ken Rosenthal. Cook made 17 starts for the Rockies in 2011 and went 3-10 with a 6.03 ERA. In recent years, Cook has been...

Red Sox sign Aaron Cook to minor league deal

The Boston Red Sox have signed Aaron Cook to a minor league deal pending a physical, Ken Rosenthal of FOXSports reports. Cook will contend for a back of the rotation spot in Boston with others at this time like Carlos Silva, though I don't think Boston will settle for just them to compete for a spot. Last season while battling injuries, Cook posted a 3-10 record with a 6.03 era...

Red Sox sign Cook to Minor League deal

Aaron Cook, the starting pitcher the Red Sox defeated in the decisive win of the 2007 World Series, has agreed to join Boston on a Minor League deal, according to multiple reports Sunday night.

Your Morning Dump...where the Sox add more pitching depth

Every morning we compile the links of the day and dump them here... highlighting the big storyline. Because there's nothing quite as satisfying as a good morning dump... The Red Sox' search for starting-pitching depth reached into Korea Monday, as they reportedly signed ex-major league hurler Justin Germano. Germano, 29, has a career ERA of 5.02 over a six-season career...

The BP First Take: Tuesday, January 10 by Daniel Rathman

There are few scarier moments in life than seeing a baseball hurtling toward your head at 100 mph. Rockies right-hander Juan Nicasio experienced that firsthand on August 5, when an Ian Desmond comebacker struck him near the right temple before the righty had time to react. Remarkably, less than six months after suffering a fractured vertebra in his neck, Nicasio is back on the...
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