Parra signed a minor-league contract with the Giants on Tuesday, Chris Cotillo of SB Nation reports. Parra is expected to report to minor-league camp. He should spend the year in the minors as organizational pitching depth, as he hasn't pitched in the majors since 2015 and is coming off a brutal 2017 season during which he struggled to a 14.09 ERA across 7.2 innings with the Cubs' Triple-A affiliate.
Parra, who signed a minor league contract with the Cubs in January, was reassigned to minor-league camp Tuesday, the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Parra, who owns a 4.90 ERA and 1.58 WHIP across 628 career innings in eight MLB seasons, was competing to make the roster as a lefty reliever. He'll now provide organizational depth.
Parra has signed a minor league contract with the Cubs that includes an invitation to spring training, Bruce Miles of the Daily Herald reports. An eight-year major league veteran, Parra owns a 4.90 ERA and 1.58 WHIP across 628 career innings. The Cubs are a little light on lefty relievers and Parra's last season with Cincinnati in 2015 was really one of his best, but he's now 34 and any opportunity with Chicago would likely come in the middle innings.
Parra re-signed a minor league deal with the Cubs on Tuesday, Patrick Mooney of CSN Chicago reports. The Cubs released three players on Tuesday, including Parra, but all three are now back with the organization less than 24 hours later. The 33-year-old posted a 3.90 ERA in 40 appearances with the Reds last season and could see some time in the major league bullpen as a left-handed option.
Parra was released by the Cubs on Tuesday, CSN Chicago's Patrick Mooney reports. A non-roster invitee, the 33-year-old Parra tossed 5.2 scoreless innings this spring. The Cubs hope to re-sign him on a minor league contract before the season begins.
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