The Tampa Bay Rays have signed left-handed pitcher Erik Bedard and middle infielder Mike Fontenot to minor league deals according to Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times.#Rays sign LHP Erik Bedard and INF Mike Fontenot to minor league deals— Marc Topkin (@TBTimes_Rays) March 28, 2014Bedard, 35, is entering his 12th season . He refused the assignment from the Rays to go to Durham...
Left-hander Erik Bedard is coming back to the Tampa Bay Rays on a minor league deal and is expected to start in the rotation at Triple-A Durham. Infielder Mike Fontenot also was signed Friday to a minor league contract. Bedard, 35, was one of three competitors for the Rays' fifth-starter job this spring that eventually went to right-hander Jake Odorizzi. He's a career 67-76 with...
getty images The Washington Nationals have signed infielder Mike Fontenot to a minor league deal. As part of the deal, Fontenot will also receive an invitation to spring training. The 33-year-old Fontenot spent the 2013 season at the Triple-A level with the Tampa Bay Rays. Fontenot hit just .264/.335/.379 at Triple-A and appears to be simply depth for the Nationals after the team...
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