White Sox sign Cintron, Rockies sign Graves

Wednesday, December 27, 2006

The White Sox have agreed to a one year deal with Alex Cintron worth 1.9 million dollars. Cintron hit .285 with 5 HR and 41 RBI. Cintron will be used as their utility infielder behind Iguchi, Crede, and Uribe. The Rockies and Danny Graves have agreed to a minor league deal, pending a physical that is set to take place next month. Graves pitched in 14 innings last season for the Indians and had a 2-1 record. He also went 1-1 with a 4.01 ERA with the Buffalo Bisons. If he makes the roster, he will receive 600,000 and can earn up to 400,000 in bonuses.


Anonymous 3:09 PM CST  

wasnt graves a former all star

Anonymous 4:41 PM CST  

^^^^^^^^If so then he's really hit the wall only getting a minor league contract! lol