Blue Jays agree to minor-league contract with left-hander Tommy Milone

Jays manager Charlie Montoyo talks about the impact that their new spring training facility has had on the team and him personally so far this camp, says it's such a great place to come work, and we have everything that we need to get better.

The Toronto Blue Jays have agreed to a minor-league contract with veteran left-handed pitcher Tommy Milone, which includes an invite to major league spring training.

In addition to Milone, three non-roster players -- catcher Chris Bec, right-hander Hobie Harris and infielder Cullen Large -- were invited to major league spring training.

Milone, 34, had a 6.69 ERA over nine starts with the Baltimore Orioles and Atlanta Braves last season. He has a 4.56 ERA and 51-51 record over 10 MLB seasons with the Nationals, Twins, Athletics, Mets, Brewers, Mariners, Orioles and Braves.

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