Reliever Addison Reed has agreed to a two-year contract worth just under $17 million with the Minnesota Twins, a source confirmed to ESPN. It's the third addition the Twins have made to their bullpen this offseason after right-hander Fernando Rodney and lefty Zach Duke, but it's certainly the most substantial.
Reed made 77 appearances for the Red Sox and New York Mets in 2017, going 2-3 with 19 saves, 15 holds and a 2.84 ERA. Reed converted 19 of his 21 save chances for NY before being dealt to the Red Sox prior to the trade deadline.
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Mas nada autoriza, hoje, prever essa reação positiva dos políticos, como se eles pudessem, de repente, ser tomados de brios. Para Lisa, o Brasil deve apresentar, nos próximos anos, média de crescimento econômico menor que a de seus pares.
Reed, 29, received a good deal of time as the Mets' closer last season with Jeurys Familia suspended to start the year and injured in May. He figures to be the Twins' regular closer after the team dealt Brandon Kintzler to the Washington Nationals last season.
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So far, more than 151 million doses of vaccine have shipped, Fitzgerald said at the media briefing. At this point, 80 percent of reported flu cases are this more severe strain, according to the CDC.
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The home side were back in the game just before the hour mark, Andre Gray heading home from close range after the Saints failed to clear the danger.