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Gonzalez deal among flurry of Orioles moves

Baltimore also inks outfielder Reimold to Minor League contract
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BALTIMORE -- The Orioles made a bunch of minor moves on Tuesday, agreeing to terms with right-handed pitcher Miguel Gonzalez, trading Steve Lombardozzi and Michael Ohlman, and bringing back outfielder Nolan Reimold on a Minor League contract.

Gonzalez will get $3.275 million for the 2015 season, leaving the O's with just two remaining arbitration-eligible players in closer Zach Britton and Alejandro De Aza.

BALTIMORE -- The Orioles made a bunch of minor moves on Tuesday, agreeing to terms with right-handed pitcher Miguel Gonzalez, trading Steve Lombardozzi and Michael Ohlman, and bringing back outfielder Nolan Reimold on a Minor League contract.

Gonzalez will get $3.275 million for the 2015 season, leaving the O's with just two remaining arbitration-eligible players in closer Zach Britton and Alejandro De Aza.

Reimold's deal, which was first reported by MASNSports.com, includes an invite to Major League Spring Training. The 31-year-old has spent most of his big league career in Baltimore, the organization that originally drafted him, and he was a waiver claim by Toronto in July. Reimold was later claimed again by Arizona.

Brittany Ghiroli is a reporter for MLB.com.

 

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