Friday, December 17, 2010

Feliciano, Yanks Agree to Deal


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 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 

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