March 6, 2021

Adam Warren, Yankees agree to two-year minor-league deal (New York Post)



Third time’s the charm for Adam Warren?

The Yankees signed Warren to a two-year, minor-league deal which will pay him $800,000 if he’s in the majors, The Post’s Joel Sherman confirmed.

Warren, 32, had Tommy John surgery in September and likely will miss the entire 2020 season.

This is Warren’s third stint with the Yankees, having started his career in New York in 2012 before being traded to the Cubs in 2015. Chicago traded Warren back to the Yankees in 2016 as part of a package that brought Gleyber Torres to The Bronx in exchange for Aroldis Chapman.

Warren, who started 17 games for the Yankees in 2015, has a career 3.53 ERA and a 30-24 record. He first became a key part of the Yankees’ bullpen in 2014, when he had a 2.97 ERA in 69 appearances.

In December of 2015, the Yankees traded Warren and Brendan Ryan to the Cubs for Starlin Castro. Warren was sent down briefly to the Chicago’s Triple-A affiliate in 2016 after a rough stretch that ended with a 5.91 ERA in 29 big-league games.

After being traded back to the Yankees in July of 2016, Warren posted a 3.26 ERA in 29 appearances. The Yankees sent him to the Mariners in 2018 for international signing bonus…

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