The Milwaukee Brewers have signed Chris Capuano to another minor-league deal and are inviting him to spring training. Capuano has not pitched in the majors since 2007, when he underwent his second Tommy John surgery. Capuano missed all of 2008, and came back last year to pitch in the Brewers minor league system. Capuano only pitched in six games last year, three at the rookie level in Arizona and the other three at rookie-advanced Helena, and had a combined 0-0 record with a 3.00 ERA and a .229 opponent batting average. Capuano has proved himself in the past and the Brewers, like Halama, offered him a low-risk contract. If Capuano can bounce back from his second Tommy John surgery, he may be a surprise starter in Milwaukee this year. It is not yet apparent if the Brewers will start him at ...
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