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Orioles acquire Scott Proctor from Giants

The Baltimore Orioles have acquired right-handed reliever Scott Proctor from the San Francisco Giants.

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The Baltimore Orioles have acquired right-handed reliever Scott Proctor from the San Francisco Giants in exchange for cash considerations, according to Andrew Baggarly of CSN Bay Area.

Baggarly notes that Proctor will join the Orioles' Triple-A affiliate.

Proctor hasn't appeared in the majors since the 2011 season when he was with the Atlanta Braves and New York Yankees. Over a combined 39 appearances, the right-hander maintained an ERA of 7.14. He spent the 2012 season pitching in Korea.

Proctor was a decent reliever for the Yankees and Los Angeles Dodgers from 2006-07, posting an ERA of 3.58 over 166 appearances. However, he's struggled mightily since then, as the 36-year-old maintained an ERA of 6.59 from 2008-11 with the Dodgers, Braves and Yankees.

The Orioles acquired another veteran arm to stash in Triple-A yesterday, signing right-hander Freddy Garcia to a minor league contract.

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