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McCovey Chronicles Apr 7, 2015

Giants reportedly close to minor-league deal with Kevin Correia

Because of course they are. The Giants, having entered the season with a notable collection of innings-eaters and familiar pitching miscreants, have already dug into their minor-league depth. Why not sign more minor-league depth and mark off another square on your Returning Giant Bingo card? According to Andrew Baggarly, the Giants are close to signing right-hander Kevin Correia to a minor-league contract. Correia was the first player from the 2002 draft to reach the majors, and even though players like Zack Greinke and Cole Hamels had more success, Correia will outlast them all, dang it....

Giants agree with Kevin Correia on a Triple-A contract

PHOENIX – In sudden need of more pitching depth at Triple-A Sacramento, the Giants are bringing back a familiar face. And no, it's not Barry Zito. Right-hander Kevin Correia, who was recently released by the Seattle Mariners, has agreed to… Continue Reading → 

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