On Friday afternoon, the St. Louis Cardinals announced that they have agreed to terms on a minor league deal with relief pitcher Scott Linebrink.
Cards agree to a minor league deal with Scott Linebrink with an invite to Major League Spring Training #stlcards— St. Louis Cardinals (@Cardinals) February 10, 2012
The 35-year-old pitched 54.3 innings in 64 appearances for the Atlanta Braves in 2011, compiling a 3.64 ERA in the process. Prior to 2011, he spent three seasons with the Chicago White Sox.
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In 12 major league seasons, Linebrink has a 42-31 record and 3.51 ERA.
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