Andrew Carignan signs minor-league deal with Giants


His career has been marred with untimely injuries and bad breaks, but received a gift of good news in time for the holiday season. Carignan, a former North Carolna pitcher and former Oakland Athletics reliever, announced Wednesday via Twitter that he signed a minor-league contract with the San Francisco Giants. (Norwich Bulletin)

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