Baltimore — The Baltimore Orioles have agreed to sign a minor league deal with veteran right-handed Felix Hernandez.
Hernandez won the AL Cy Young Award, two ERA titles, formed six all-star teams over 15 seasons in Seattle, and became a free agent in the final offseason.
He signed a minor league contract with 34-year-old Atlanta and looked sharp during spring training, but eventually opted out of a 60-game season with a shortened pandemic.
In his last big league action, Hernandez went 1-8 in 2019 with a 6.40 ERA. He hasn’t finished with less than 4.00 ERA since 2016 and his last all-star appearance was in 2015. He has won and owns 169 games. 3.42 Carrier ERA.
Hernandez has locked in with 2019 All-Star left-handed John Means as a starter, but was able to win a rotation spot at the Orioles under reconstruction, which is rarely the case. They trade Alex Cobb to the Los Angeles Angels on Tuesday, with Keegan Akin, Dean Kremer, Jorge Lopez, Wade LeBlanc, Thomas Eshelman and Bruce Zimmerman the only ones to start at least one match in 2020. I left it as a repeater of.
Baltimore also announced on Wednesday that it had agreed to a minor league deal with infielders Seth Mejias Blaine and Malkin Canero, right-handed Dusten Knight, Connor Wade and Spencer Watkins, and left-handed Leblanc.
Orioles signs minor league deal with Felix Hernandez
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