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2012 MLB Free Agents: Dodgers Sign Chris Capuano To 2 Year, $10 Million

The Los Angeles Dodgers have reportedly signed left-handed starting pitcher Chris Capuano to a two-year, $10 million contract, according to multiple reports. 

Per ESPN's Jim Bowden, who broke the story first: 

Dodgers and Capuano closing on 2-year 10m dollar deal that could signal the end to Kuroda's days in LA
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Per Jon Heyman on Twitter: 

Capuano gets $10M for 2 yrs. #dodgers
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Capuano, 33, spent 2011 with the New York Mets, sporting an 11-12 record with a 4.55 ERA in 31 starts. He struck out 168 batters and walked only 53. The seven-year veteran spent five years with the Milwaukee Brewers, and has a 57-64 career record and a 4.39 career ERA.

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