Breslow agrees to two-year deal

The Red Sox wrapped up their final arbitration-eligible player when lefty reliever Craig Breslow agreed to a two-year, $6.25 million deal with a team option for 2015 worth $3.9 million.

News of the deal came from Tim Brown of Yahoo! Sports. Breslow told the Globe’s Craig Forde today that he was close at an agreement. The lefthander appeared at a Jimmy Fund event in Boston.

The Red Sox have signed all nine of their arbitration-eligible players.

Breslow, 32, had a 2.70 ERA in 63 appearances last season. He pitched in 23 games for the Red Sox after being acquired from Arizona at the trade deadline.


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