Free agent pitcher Jered Weaver reaches a one year agreement with San Diego

@Deepizzaguy (13022)
Lake Charles, Louisiana
February 18, 2017 6:09pm CST
Free agent right handed starting pitcher Jered Weaver, 34, has reached a one year, $3 million dollar agreement with the San Diego Padres on Saturday. Weaver who pitched with the Los Angeles Angels Of Anaheim from 2006-2016 entered the free agent market at the end of the 2016 Major League Baseball season. Weaver who is a native of Northridge California will be pitching for the San Diego Padres since they are in need of starting pitchers for the 2017 Major League Baseball season. Weaver who has been bothered by injuries the last two seasons believes despite his age a change of teams will revive his career in the Major Leagues in 2017 pitching at Petco Park in San Diego which is pitcher friendly.
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@JohnRoberts (56843)
• Los Angeles, California
19 Feb 17
I wondered about Weav and if anyone would pick him up. Well, his price is cheap and the Padres aren't going anywhere and the one thing Weav can still do is eat up some innings.
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@Deepizzaguy (13022)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
19 Feb 17
Not to mention he gets to play baseball in his home state and in a friendly pitching stadium like Petco.
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