11-Year Veteran Starting Pitcher To Hold Throwing Showcase

He's a free agent.

Mike Minor is reportedly feeling great and is expected to throw for teams later this month.

The thirty-five-year-old is coming off a poor 2022 season, recording a career-worst 6.06 ERA, 1.63 WHIP, and 76 strikeouts over 98 innings and 19 starts. He also held a brutal 4-12 record.

Minor ended the season on the injured list with left shoulder soreness, but has been rehabbing and throwing this offseason and is reportedly healthy again.

He'll likely have to settle for a minor-league deal with an invite to spring training.

He was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the 1st round of the 2009 MLB Draft and has played for several other teams over his career, including the Texas Rangers and Oakland Athletics. He has had a fairly successful career, earning a reputation as a reliable starting pitcher and being named an All-Star in 2019.

Over his 11 seasons in the MLB, he holds a 4.25 ERA, 1.25 WHIP, and 1,273 strikeouts across 1,409 innings of work. Photo Credit: Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports