The Giants reportedly are adding a veteran right-handed pitcher in Carlos Torres.
According to MLB Trade Rumors' Steve Adams, Torres will be signing a minor league deal after he elected free agency over an outright with the Minnesota Twins. Adams also reported Torres will head straight to Triple-A Sacramento.
The 36-year-old is in his decade MLB season. But it's his Triple-A numbers are ones that have stood out.
In 48 1/3 innings across three teams, he's allowed 45 hits and 15 runs with a 2.79 ERA. He's also limiting batters to a .254 average including his short stint with the San Diego Padres' Triple-A affiliate limiting hitters to a .226 average, so it appears he can handle the hitter's haven known as the Pacific Coast League rather well.
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Following the Giants' pitching moves around the trade deadline, Torres could make for an option down the stretch. Although he hasn't pitched in a major league game since June 16 with the Tigers when he tossed just one inning.