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Tim Lincecum Plans To Throw For MLB Teams In Showcase

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Former San Francisco Giants pitcher Tim Lincecum hasn’t pitched a major league game since the 2016 season, but he is embarking on a comeback.

Lincecum’s last season in the majors was a nightmare. In a stint with the Los Angeles Angels he posted a putrid 9.16 ERA, 2.37 WHIP and 32 strikeouts in 38.1 innings.

Lincecum, 33, is hoping his resume will help him draw interest from teams. Lincecum is a two-time National League Cy Young Award winner, three-time World Series champion and four-time All-Star.

Kyle Boddy, founder and president of Driveline Baseball, shared an image of Lincecum on Tuesday and stated that Lincecum will be throwing for teams in a showcase, the first official steps in his comeback.

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White Sox Acquire Ivan Nova

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The Chicago White Sox have acquired right handed starter Ivan Nova from the Pittsburgh Pirates, according to The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal and Robert Murray.

According to Fancred’s Jon Heyman, the Pirates will receive a “young pitcher” and an unstated amount of international bonus pool availability in return for Nova.

Nova posted a 9-9 record with a 4.19 ERA last season for the Pirates.

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Yankees “Open To Moving” Miguel Andujar

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The New York Yankees have a future superstar in Miguel Andujar, a fan favorite, yet they have been constantly linked to rumors of being open to dealing him, despite his huge rookie season.

This one, just doesn’t make much sense if the plan is to move Andujar to make room for the likes of Manny Machado.

According to The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal and Robert Murray, the Yankees are “open to moving” Andjuar via trade, but there is no clear trade path to reference at this time.

This development clearly shows the Yankees desire to sign Machado to a free agent deal.

The Yankees and Mets have also been linked in a potential deal that could see Noah Syndergaard end up in New York, with Andujar on his way out.

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Rangers Sign Rafael Montero

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The Texas Rangers have agreed to terms on a minor-league deal with right handed pitcher Rafael Montero, according to the Dallas Morning News’ Evan Grant.

Montero is still working back from Tommy John surgery, and was once a top prospect in the New York Mets organization , but struggled transitioning to the major league level, putting together a woeful 5.38 ERA over 192 1/3 innings pitched.

 

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