It's all coming full-circle now for relief pitcher Scott Proctor, who began his career with the New York Yankees and now has a chance to don pinstripes once again.
The Yankees have signed Proctor to a minor-league contract, Mark Feinsand of the New York Daily News reported on Twitter. Feinsand added that Proctor will play for New York's Triple-A affiliate Scranton either Monday or Tuesday.
The 34-year-old played for the Yankees for four years, and then briefly joined the Dodgers before heading to Atlanta in 2010. The Braves released Proctor earlier in the week.
In 299 career games, Proctor has a 4.64 ERA. This season, Proctor has appeared in 31 games with an ERA of 6.44. He's compiled a 1.50 ERA in five postseason appearances.
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