The Yankees' search for lefty relief has reportedly brought them to one of the most durable relievers in baseball.
On Friday, the club agreed on a two-year contract with southpaw Pedro Feliciano, according to several media reports. Jon Heyman of SI.com and MLB Network, who first reported the deal, wrote that the contract is valued at $8 million and includes a third-year option.
The Yankees declined comment on the deal, which isn't official until he passes a physical, and Feliciano's agent could not be reached by MLB.com.
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