… He feels great. ” FORT MYERS, Fla. – Infielder Donovan Solano finalized a $2 million, one-year contract on Thursday with the Minnesota Twins, who added another productive and versatile player to an already deep bench. The deal was agreed to on Tuesday and finalized after completion of a physical. He can earn an additional $250, 000 in performance bonuses for plate appearances: $25, 000 each for 325 and 375, $50, 000 for 425 and $75, 000 apiece for 475 and 502. Solano hit. 284 with 16 doubles and four home runs last season in 80 games for Cincinnati, playing mostly first base.
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15 because of tightness in his left side. He threw off flat ground four days after that, and had thrown about six bullpen sessions before getting to Arizona. The right-hander threw 22 pitches, all of them easy fastballs, during Thursday’s session. About half the pitches were from a half-height mound, and he then finished on a regulation mound. “They said just nice and easy, ” deGrom said of what coaches told him to do. “The goal of today was to just go through my dery, stay nice and smooth. … Not trying to do too much, let everything get in line, and let my dery be nice and clean.
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