Marlins sign former Blue Jays closer Kevin Gregg

Free-agent reliever Kevin Gregg, who had 37 saves for the Toronto Blue Jays in 2010, agreed Monday to a minor-league contract with the Miami Marlins, pending a physical.

Free-agent reliever had 33 saves for Chicago Cubs last season

Former Blue Jays closer Kevin Gregg went 2-6 with a 3.50 ERA and 33 saves in 62 appearances for the Cubs last season. (Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Right-handed reliever Kevin Gregg has agreed to terms on a minor-league contract with the Miami Marlins, pending a physical.

Gregg, who turns 36 this month, pitched last year for the Chicago Cubs and had 33 saves with a 3.48 earned-run average.

He has 177 career saves, including 61 in two seasons with the Marlins.

With the agreement Monday, the Marlins acquired their second reliever in as many days.

On Sunday, they traded the 39th overall pick in this week's draft to the Pittsburgh Pirates for right-hander Bryan Morris.


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