Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Yankees Add Anthony Swarzak on MiLB Deal

The New York Yankees continue to add minor league depth and plenty of options for the 2016 season and they did a bit more of that today. The Yankees announced that relief pitcher Anthony Swarzak has been signed to a minor league deal and will receive an invitation to spring training. Swarzak will make $750K if he makes the big league roster at any point this season.

Swarzak joins Vinnie Pestano as former top end relief pitchers to come to Yankees camp looking for a deal. Swarzak is 30 years old and has experience both starting and relieving. When Swarzak did relieve he pitched multiple innings at a time, a la Adam Warren.

We'll meet Swarzak the way we always do later this week.

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