Minor MLB Transactions: 1/13/19
1 day ago - By MLB Trade Rumors
Catching up on some recent minor league moves from around the baseball world...
The Cubs signed catcher Francisco Arcia to a minor league deal, as originally reported by the Cubs Prospects Twitter feed. Originally signed as a teenager by the Yankees in 2006, the 29-year-old Arcia finally cracked the big leagues last season, appearing 40 games for the Angels and hitting .204/.226/.427 with six homers over 106 plate appearances. Arcia will provide the Cubs with some depth behind backup Victor Caratini , and Arcia could also battle for the backup role himself in Spring Training.
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