According to the Chicago Sun-Times, the Cubs have sign pitcher Andy Sonnanstine to a split contract. The contract is non-guarantee. So.. if the Cubs decide to not keep him after spring training, he will receive no money.
When Sonnanstine came to the majors, he was a starter for 3 years before being moved to the bullpen. Sonnanstine was moved to the bullpen because the starting rotation was full and he had his struggles. Sonnanstine posted a 28-31 record with a 5.26 ERA and stuck out 342. That’s his stats in the starting rotation and in the bullpen. In 2011, Sonnanstine split time in the majors and in Triple A.
Sonnanstine is a 28 year-old right-handed pitcher. He made his major league debut on July 5th, 2007 for then called Tampa Bay Devil Rays. Now as you know there is no “Devil” before Rays.
Also, the Manny Corpas signing became official. He receive a non-guarantee split contract too. Also, there are incentives he can earn. Thanks to Jon Heyman:
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