Report: J.P. Arencibia signs minor-league deal with Rays
Arencibia, 29, hit .177 in 2014 and was released by the Orioles last week. Arencibia suffered a flexor mass strain in his right arm near the end of the spring. He's expected to start the year at Triple-A Durham where he'll play first base, catcher and serve as a designated hitter, per the Tampa Bay Times.
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