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Texas Signs Three, Dominates Small Group

It was one of the smallest groups ever to close in the United Rotisserie League, but that didn’t deter the Texas Outlaws, who signed 60% of those coming to terms on Friday.

The Outlaws signed two first basemen and a pitcher.  Jason Giambi agreed to a one-year, $20 deal, while Justin Morneau signed for a longer and more lucrative $240, five-year pact.  Reliever Rafael Soriano come on board at $18 for three years.

“Got some pop in the lineup, which is what I like to see,” said Outlaws owner Robert Arnwine.  “Having Soriano possibly moving into a closer’s role is great for me as well.  Couldn’t be happier with how today worked out.”

The only other signings were Nomar Garciaparra to Wendy’s Peffercorns for three years and Scott Thorman to Conway Capitols for a one year deal.

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December 18, 2006 - Posted by | Conway Capitols, League Press Releases, Texas Outlaws, Wendy's Peffercorns

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