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The Minnesota Twins finalized a one year deal with Joel Zumaya Wednesday. The deal is worth $850,000, including $900 thousand in performance-based bonuses. The flame-throwing reliever hasn't pitched since snapping a bone in his right elbow after throwing a pitch against the Twins in 2010.
The righthander will have the surgery later this month in Alabama. Zumaya tore the ligament during batting practice last weekend.
The Twins were hoping hard-throwing right-hander Joel Zumaya would help solidify the back-end of the bullpen this season, but he won't be contributing at all. Zumaya lasted just 13 pitches in his first live batting practice session before leaving the mound with pain in his right elbow, which turned out to be a torn ligament that will keep him out the entire season.
The Minnesota Twins newly-acquired reliever walked off the mound after 15 pitches Saturday in Fort Myers. The Star Tribune reports Twins GM Terry Ryan confirms Zumaya will have an MRI on Sunday. He has already had two surgeries because of arm injuries.
MLB.com is reporting that former Tigers reliever Joel Zumaya has agreed to terms with the Minnesota Twins. The incentive-laden one-year contract is reportedly worth between $800,000 and $1.7 million.
Twins reliever Joel Zumaya has a big decision to make. Should he walk away from baseball or have Tommy John surgery? He told reporters in Florida this morning that “maybe it’s time to move on.” He blew out his elbow Saturday after throwing just 13 pitches at spring training -- and is out for the season.
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