Royals Roy City signs a post-red relief pitcher

Billy Hamilton, Homer Bailey and now Drew Storen.

Demonstrators who went out in the Greater Baseball Area in 2017 for the Cincinnati Reds – before Tommy John's surgery was previously, which enabled them to lose the last season – the third post-Red is involved in the Royals game in the City of Kansas in the last few weeks of this frasason.

Cincinnati Reds relief pitcher, Drew Storen (31), pitches a field in the seventh competence of the League League MLB League Cup between Cincinnati Reds and San Diego's Greater American Dancers in Cincinnati center Tuesday, August 8, 2017 The Reds 7 -3 in the game of two of the four series of games. (Photo11: Sam Greene)

StoreND agreed 31 years of age a contract contract and will earn $ 1.25 million in the base salary if it makes the serial roster – with $ 900,000 of performance bonuses and exemption date March 25, according to MLB.com.

Storen has recently worked in his hometown of Brownsburg, Indiana, where he was a high school colleague of Tucker Barnhart, the current cats of Reds.

In one season for the Reds, Storen had 4-2 with 4.45 ERA in 58 appeals.

In 470 career shows over eight MLB season – in all reliefs – Storen has 3.45 ERA and 1.195.

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