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  • The Indians have officially announced the signing of former Cubs closer Carlos Marmol. He will report to their complex in Arizona on Friday. Marmol has been inconsistent throughout his career. He peaked with Chicago with 107 saves from 2009 to 2012, but lost his role on occasion. He has struggled mightily with his control, walking 395 in 577 career innings. The right-hander bottomed out in 2014 with Miami with an 0-3 record and 8.10 ERA in 15 relief appearances.

  • The Indians are in the process of signing pitcher Carlos Marmol to a minor-league deal, according to a report from FOX Sports. Following a hiatus he began halfway through the 2014 season, Marmol decided to attempt a comeback late in 2014. He's pitched in the Dominican Republic and Venzuela since leaving the Reds' minor-league system last June. Before joining Cincinnati, he was with the Marlins and posted an 8.10 ERA in 15 games. In his career, Marmol has a 3.57 ERA with 744 strikeouts.

  • Free-agent reliever Carlos Marmol is attempting to make a comeback this season, according to Baseball Insider Jon Heyman. Marmol actually threw 13 1/3 innings with the Marlins last season, but posted a 8.10 ERA. He was released by the club in May, and signed on with the Reds. Shortly after joining Cincinnati, Marmol left the team in order to take a break from pitching. After some contemplation, Marmol has decided to attempt a comeback. He pitched in the Dominican Republic earlier in the year, and has just started pitching in Venezuela.

  • The Reds announced Monday they released minor-league reliever Carlos Marmol, according to The move comes a few months after Marmol left the team's Triple-A affiliate. Marmol signed with Cincinnati in late May and made three appearances for Louisville before returning home to the Dominican Republic without permission from the club.

  • Reds reliever Carlos Marmol's agent, Paul Kinzer, told Baseball Insider Jon Heyman via a text message that his client is undecided about pitching again this season. "A lot has happened in the past year and he decided to go to the Dominican," Kinzer wrote. "We aren't sure when or if he will return this year. "He just wants to take a mental break. Physically he is fine. He was still throwing in the mid '90s."

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    2014 MIA 15 0 13.3 0 3 0 14 10 16 8.10 1.95
    2013 CHC-LAD 52 0 49.0 2 4 2 59 40 40 4.40 1.63
    TOTAL 519 13 577.0 23 35 117 744 395 385 3.57 1.35


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