Boston Red Sox Sign Veteran Pitcher

Massachusetts native Rich Hill is once again a member of the Boston Red Sox. The 41-year-old starter has signed a one-year, $5 million contract.
This will be Hill's fourth stint with the team. He initially pitched for Boston from 2010 to 2012 and then once again during the 2015 campaign. He also signed a minor-league deal in 2014, but wouldn't make the major league roster and played for Triple-A Pawtucket. He would later be dealt to the Los Angeles Angels that season. 

Even at 41 years old, Hill just had a very solid season between the Tampa Bay Rays and New York Mets. In 32 appearances, he had a 7-8 record, 3.86 ERA and 150 strikeouts. He also stayed immensely consistent with both teams, as he had a 3.87 ERA with the Rays and 3.84 ERA with the Mets. That's another very good sign heading into 2022. 

We predicted that Hill would once again be a member of the Red Sox. This could be a very nice way for him to end his career, as he will be playing for his hometown team. 

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