Indians sign Aaron Harang, win arbitration 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.