Nationals Sign Luke Farrell To Minor League Deal
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The Nationals have signed right-hander Luke Farrell to a minor league deal. He's been assigned to Triple-A Rochester for now but might show up in major league camp.
The Nationals have signed right-hander Luke Farrell to a minor league deal, per his transactions tracker at MLB.com.
Farrell, 33 in June, spent last year in the White Sox' system after signing a minor league deal. He tossed 55 innings over 37 appearances, including seven starts, for Triple-A Charlotte. He posted an earned run average of 5.56 in that time, along with a 20.1% strikeout rate, 10.4% walk rate and 39.7% ground ball rate.
Farrell, 33 in June, spent last year in the White Sox' system after signing a minor league deal.
The Nats are set to go into 2024 with one of the weaker pitching staffs in the league. Young pitchers like Josiah Gray, MacKenzie Gore, and Patrick Corbin have struggled with high ERAs in recent years. Luke Farrell's prior major league experience could provide depth for the Nationals.
The Nats are set to go into 2024 with one of the weaker pitching staffs in the league.
Read at MLB Trade Rumors
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