Posted January 12, 2012 on AP on Fox
South Korea's Doosan Bears say they have signed former New York Yankees pitcher Scott Proctor. The Doosan Bears said Thursday that Proctor signed a one-year, $300,000 contract to play for the team in 2012. The club says Proctor will join the team's offseason training due to start in Arizona next week. The 35-year-old Proctor went 18-16 with a 4.78 ERA during his seven years in the majors. The Doosan Bears ranked fifth in the eight-team Korean baseball league last year.
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