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Next year’s Royce Ring

In all the chaos of the Derek Jeter negotiations, one small move kind of slipped through the cracks. It’s nothing to get worked up about,┬ábut the Yankees have signed veteran Neal Cotts to a minor league deal.

As far as minor league signings go, this is a fairly big name. Cotts is a former second-round pick with nearly 300 games of big league experience. He’s 30 years old and working his way back from Tommy John and hip surgery.

Nothing flashy here, just a guy to give the team a little bit of left-handed depth alongside Wilkins Arias and Steve Garrison.



Posted by on November 24, 2010.


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