The Angels' front office has been very busy this past couple of days, as they make another signing in order to improve the depth of the roster ahead of the upcoming season, as they just announce the signing of the outfielder Chris Young from the free agency.
According to Jeff Fletcher, the Halos signed Young to a Major League deal, with a length of 1 year worth $2 million plus incentives. This signing came minutes after the announcement of the landing of the designated hitter Chris Carter.
Young gets $2M plus incentives. Young, 34, played 90 games with Boston last year, posting a .709 OPS.— Jeff Fletcher (@JeffFletcherOCR) 18 de febrero de 2018
The 34-year-old played last season for the Boston Red Sox, appearing in 90 games throughout the past season. He was the first rookie in MLB history to hit 30 home runs and steal 25 bases during the 2007 season.
He was named to the 2010 All-Star and has a career average of .237 with 1,083 hits and 577 RBI's.