Free agents Juan Uribe and Mike Sweeney have signed minor league deals, FOXSports.com is reporting. Uribe, who hit .247 with 7 HR for the White Sox last season, will join the Giants as a possible utility player. Uribe was a little better after hit .209 through May, but he is not guarantee to make the team.
Sweeney, who hit .286 with 2 HR for the A's last season, will compete for the DH spot with the Mariners. He is a career .299 hitter, but doesn't appear to have much left. If he can stay healthy, he may make for a decent pinch hitter. New Mariners manager Don Wakamatsu was with the Athletics last season, that might be the best thing going for Sweeney at this point.
This story was approved by MLB Rumors.