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Japanese right-hander Chihiro Kaneko has signed a four-year deal with the Orix Buffaloes.

Kaneko had been drawing interest from a range of MLB clubs, but he wasn't posted this winter by his Nippon Professional Baseball team and might now remain with them through 2018. The 31-year-old starting pitcher registered a fantastic 1.98 ERA and 199/42 K/BB ratio in 191 innings this past season for the Buffaloes. He would have commanded a sizable MLB contract.
Dec 25 - 11:22 AM

Diamondbacks re-signed INF/C Jordan Pacheco to a minor league contract.

The deal includes an invitation to spring training, where Pacheco should have a good shot at an Opening Day roster spot. The 28-year-old batted just .272/.298/.321 in 47 games this past season for Arizona, but he can play catcher and third base.
Dec 25 - 10:47 AM

Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports the Braves have discussed LHP Luis Avilan with other teams.

The southpaw struggled to a 4.57 ERA over 43 1/3 innings this past season, but he still owns a 2.56 ERA for his career and won't be eligible for arbitration until 2016. If the 25-year-old Avilan is available, he'll surely draw some interest on the trade market.
Dec 24 - 8:44 PM

Indians signed RHP Jeff Manship to a minor league contract.

Manship had a 6.65 ERA over 20 relief appearances spanning 23 innings with the Phillies this past season. The 29-year-old was a non-roster invite last spring and won a role in the Phils' bullpen, and he'll look to do it again with the Tribe this year.
Dec 24 - 6:38 PM

Rockies signed OF Roger Bernadina to a minor league contract.

Bernadina batted just .167/.304/.258 in 80 plate appearances this season between the Reds and Dodgers and for his career he's hit just .236/.307/.354. The 30-year-old is doubtful to have a significant impact for the Rockies, who have a ton of outfield depth.
Dec 24 - 5:56 PM
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