The Orioles signed former Mets reliever Josh Edgin to a minor-league contract, according to Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports.
Edgin began his career with the Mets, making his professional debut in 2012. Edgin’s career never seemed to get off the ground as he has been hampered by injuries for the majority of his career, and had to receive Tommy John surgery in 2015. Edgin never pitched more than 40 innings in any season in the major leagues. Edgin ends his stint with the Mets with an ERA of 3.49, an FIP of 4.05, and 116 strikeouts in five seasons with the Mets.
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