Mike Dunn inks three-year agreement with Rockies
The Colorado Rockies signed reliever Mike Dunn to a three-year, $19 million contract that includes a $6 million vesting option for 2019.
The option will become a $7 million club option based on performance incentives. It's a solid upgrade for a Rockies' bullpen that recorded a MLB-worst 5.13 ERA last season.
Dunn pitched just 42 1/3 innings with the Miami Marlins in 2016, his lowest workload since 2010. The 31-year-old left-hander recorded a 3.40 ERA, 1.28 WHIP and career-low 21.6 strikeout percentage.
- James Paxton set to start on Wednesday for Mariners May 27th, 2017
- Wil Myers is not in Padres' Saturday lineup May 27th, 2017
- Daniel Murphy is still out of Nationals' Saturday lineup May 27th, 2017
- J.D. Martinez is not in Tigers' lineup for first game of doubleheader May 27th, 2017
- White Sox officially sign Luis Robert for $26 million May 27th, 2017
- Tigers place Ian Kinsler (hamstring) on disabled list May 27th, 2017
- Rockies' Jon Gray (foot) hoping to throw a bullpen session this weekend May 26th, 2017
- Rockies' Tom Murphy (wrist) nearing rehab assignment May 26th, 2017
- Rockies resting DJ LeMahieu versus Philadelphia May 25th, 2017
- Rockies' Tyler Chatwood goes seven strong in Wednesday's win May 25th, 2017
- Carlos Gonzales has a big day in Rockies' rout of the Phillies May 25th, 2017
- Rockies have Trevor Story (shoulder) back in the lineup Wednesday May 24th, 2017