Cubs have addressed No. 1 priority in signing Feldman, Baker
Not yet December, the Cubs already have addressed their No. 1 priority heading into the offseason.
The Cubs signed right-handed pitcher Scott Feldman to a one-year deal Tuesday with the expectation that he will join the rotation. Feldman, who spent the past eight years with the Texas Rangers, is the second pitcher to sign a one-year contract with the Cubs after the addition of right-hander Scott Baker.
Feldman reportedly will earn $6 million in 2013 with $1 million in incentives.
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