Minor Matters: Seth McClung, Niuman Romero, Justin Germano

While teams continue to court the remaining premier free agents, such as a Prince Fielder or Edwin Jackson, we aren't forgetting about the more common players. Let's take a look at the latest minor moves from today...

  • The Milwaukee Brewers signed Seth McClung to a minor league deal, as first reported by OnMilwaukee.com's Andy Tarnoff. McClung's spent several years with the Brewers in his career, but hasn't pitched at the big league level since 2009.
  • Twitter / @AndyTarnoff: Breaking: Seth McClung just called me to tell me he's signed a minor league deal with the #Brewers. Nice! @BigRedBBall
  • Niuman Romero and the Detroit Tigers agreed to a minor league contract, according to Jason Beck of MLB.com. Beck adds the 27-year-old's deal does not include an invite to big league camp.
  • Tigers sign Niuman Romero to minor league contract " Beck's Blog
  • The Boston Red Sox signed right-handed pitcher Justin Germano to a minor league deal, reports Jon Heyman of CBS. Germano, 29, could have headed to Korea and earned more than $1 million, but decided to stay home and work his way to Boston.
  • Twitter / @JonHeymanCBS: "rhp justin germano has returned from korea to sign with the #redsox. turned down >$1M in korea for shot to make sox"
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