Get ready to 'Cowboy Up,' Chicago.
Veteran first baseman Kevin Millar and the Chicago Cubs have agreed on a minor league deal, according to ESPN's Jay Crasnick.
The deal includes an invite to the Cubs' major league camp for the 12-year veteran who spent 2009 with the Toronto Blue Jays.
Millar, 38, spent the first five years of his career with the Marlins before landing in Boston where he hit .282 with 52 homers and 220 RBIs in three seasons. In 2003 with the Sox, Millar set career highs in home runs (25) and RBIs (96) and runs (83). After three years in Baltimore with the Orioles, Millar decided to stay in the AL East when he signed with the Blue Jays prior to last season. In 78 games with the Jays, Millar hit seven homers and drove in 29 RBIs.
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