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Capuano has reportedly signed with the
Capuano, 35, will add rotation depth for the Red Sox, who were need of it after
Jon Heyman of CBS Sports reported Capuano will receive a base salary of $2.25 million from the Red Sox, with performance bonuses that could take it to $5 million. He already received a $1-million buyout from the Dodgers.
Capuano struggled to stay healthy last season, having to overcome calf, shoulder and groin injuries. He finished the season 4-7 with a 4.26 earned-run average and a 1.41 WHIP.
The left-hander could be effective, but he became difficult for the Dodgers to count on, so they let him go and signed starters