San Francisco Giants Sign RHP Boof Bonser To Minor League Contract

The San Francisco Giants continued their bargain hunting this offseason with the signing of right handed pitcher Boof Bonser according to his agency Reynolds Sports on Twitter, despite the fact that he won’t even be able to pitch until this summer.

Bonser, 30, hasn’t pitched in the Majors since 2010 after having Tommy John surgery earlier this year. He likely won’t be ready to pitch until at least midway through the season with his ongoing rehabilitation, which must be going well if the Giants are throwing some money his way.

Bonser owns a 5.18 ERA along with 7.2 K/9 and 2.9 BB/9 in 416 2/3 career innings and . The team already has a rapport with Bosner as the Giants originally selected him with the 21st overall pick back in the 2000 draft. Hopefully he can get healthy and contribute somewhere within the Giants organization this season.

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