Fifteen-year veteran Freddy Garcia will try to hang around the major leagues another season. The 37-year-old agreed to a minor league deal with the Braves on Friday, a source told ESPN.com's Jerry Crasnick.
Garcia spent part of last season in the minors before he was traded to Atlanta. He had a 1.65 ERA in six appearances down the stretch for the Braves, earning him a start in the postseason, where he threw six innings of two-run ball in a no-decision against the Dodgers.
The two-time All Star is 156-108 in his career with a 4.15 ERA for seven different teams — the Mariners, White Sox, Yankees, Phillies, Tigers, Orioles and Braves. In 11 postseason starts, he is 6-3 with a 3.26 ERA and won the 2005 World Series with the White Sox.
Pitcher Freddy Garcia has agreed to a minor-league deal with the #braves, says a source. — Jerry Crasnick (@jcrasnick) January 24, 2014