Rockies Reach Deal With Ex-Yankees Reliever Logan, MLB.Com Says

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The left-handed Major League Baseball pitcher Boone Logan appeared in 256 games over the past four seasons with the New York Yankees, posting a 19-7 record and one save in 176 innings. Close

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The left-handed Major League Baseball pitcher Boone Logan appeared in 256 games over the past four seasons with the New York Yankees, posting a 19-7 record and one save in 176 innings.

The Colorado Rockies reached a three-year, $16.5 million deal with free-agent relief pitcher Boone Logan, who spent the past four seasons with the New York Yankees, MLB.com reported.

MLB.com, citing an unidentified person in Major League Baseball, said the 29-year-old Logan will sign a contract with the Rockies after he passes a physical exam.

The left-handed Logan appeared in 256 games over the past four seasons with the Yankees, posting a 19-7 record and one save in 176 innings. He also has pitched for the Chicago White Sox and Atlanta Braves.

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