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February 11, 2014 at 9:10 AM

Mariners continue to add pitching — veterans Randy Wolf and Zach Miner agree to minor league contracts

The Mariners will add two more pitchers to their non-roster invitees to spring training. Sources said that veteran lefty Randy Wolf and right-hander Zach Miner will sign minor league contracts and take their physicals on Wednesday with the rest of the reporting pitchers and catchers.

Wolf, 36, pitched with both the Brewers and Orioles in 2012. He made 24 starts with Milwaukee going 3-10 with a 5.69 ERA. He was released in August and picked up the Orioles, making two starts and three bullpen appearances.

He underwent the second Tommy John surgery of his career and missed all of last season.

Miner, who turns 32 in March, last pitched a full season in the big leagues in 2009 with the Tigers, making five starts and 46 relief appearances. In 2010, he underwent Tommy John surgery and missed the entire season. He’s kicked around in the minor leagues in 2011 for the Tigers and 2012 with the Royals. He spent last season in the Phillies organization after signing a minor league contract. He made three starts and 13 relief appearances, going 0-2 with a 4.40 ERA.

They join this group of non-roster invitees.

 

 

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