Indians sign Aaron Harang, win arbitration over Josh Tomlin

The Indians have signed starting pitcher Aaron Harang and won their arbitration case over Josh Tomlin.

New York Mets starting pitcher Aaron Harang (44) throws a pitch against the Milwaukee Brewers during the first inning at Citi Field.

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According to Nick Camino of WTAM, the Indians have signed Aaron Harang to a minor league contract including an invite to big league camp.

Camino said, Harang was notified by the Indians yesterday.

Harang posted a 5-12 record last year with a 5.40 ERA.

Tom Withers of the Associated Press reported the Indians have won their arbitration case against RHP Josh Tomlin.

Tomlin was asking for $975,000, but the Indians were able to win the case at $800,000.

After having elbow ligament-replacement surgery in August 2012, Tomlin only had one appearance in 2013 pitching two scoreless innings against the Chicago White Sox.