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Former Phillie Bobby Abreu and the Los Angeles Angels have agreed to a one year deal. The deal is reportedly worth $5 million, including incentives.

Abreu, who turns 35 in March, earned $16 million with the Yankees last season where he batted .296 with 20 HR and 100 RBI. He also scored 100 runs and stole 22 bases.

The Nationals signed Adam Dunn to a 2 year deal. Terms were not disclosed. Dunn, 28, hit at least 40 HR for five years in a row.

Dunn has a career .247 AVG, striking out 1,256 times in his career, but he also has a career .900 OPS.

The Texas Rangers signed Andruw Jones to a minor league deal. The deal is worth $500,000, but includes bonuses.

Jones, 31, batted .222 in 2007 and in 75 games in 2008, .158. He has 371 career home runs in 13 Major League seasons.

Not only is he trying to revive his career, Jones will be competing for a spot in the outfield with David Murphy, Nelson Cruz, Frank Catalanotto and Marlon Byrd.

2 comments:

Kevin McGuire said...

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GM-Carson said...

I miss Abreu...shh, don't tell anybody.

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