The San Francisco Giants have signed right-handed pitcher Scott Proctor to a one-year minor league deal according to his agent, Mark Rodgers.
The 36-year-old will not be on the 40-man roster, but has been invited to spring training looking to join his fourth Major League club. Proctor made his MLB debut on April 20, 2004 with the New York Yankees having played with the Los Angeles Dodgers and Atlanta Braves in previous seasons. Proctor has compiled an 18-16 record in the big leagues displaying a 4.78 ERA in 307 games. He has allowed 337 hits, 200 runs, 58 homers, 291 strikeouts and opponents are batting .255 off him in 343 innings.
Proctor spent the 2012 season in the Korea Baseball Organization playing for the Doosan Bears producing a 4-4 record in 57 games displaying a 1.79 ERA and recording 35 saves in 55.3 innings.Tags: Baseball, MLB, San Francisco, San Francisco Giants