Non-tendered by the Braves in November, reliever Peter Moylan has agreed to a minor-league contract with the Dodgers, according to Mark Bowman of MLB.com.
When healthy Moylan has been one of the best setup men in the league, posting a 2.59 ERA in 261 career innings, but he’s missed most of the past two seasons following shoulder surgery.
At age 34 the side-arming right-hander will try to win a middle relief job in what is now a pretty crowded Dodgers bullpen.
The Twins just announced that they have signed pitcher Michael Pineda to a two-year contract.
Pineda, 28, has a 4.05 career ERA and has struck out 9.1 batters per nine innings over 680 career major league innings.
Pineda underwent Tommy John surgery this past July, so the Twins are buying a 2018 filled mostly with rehab and a pitcher for 2019. As such, the deal is probably not too taxing financially, but could pay off pretty well for them if Pineda comes back strong.