Hendrickson back with Orioles on minor league deal
Mark Hendrickson and the Orioles have agreed to terms on a minor league deal, giving the left-hander a chance to rejoin Baltimore's staff after the team declined its option on his contract in November.
The Orioles also signed outfielder Randy Winn, and infielders Nick Green and Brendan Harris to minor league contracts on Thursday.
The 36-year-old Hendrickson went 1-6 with a 5.26 ERA in 52 games with Baltimore last year, mostly as a left-handed specialist.
A former NBA player, Hendrickson broke into the majors in 2002 with Toronto. He also pitched for Tampa Bay, the Los Angeles Dodgers and Florida before signing with Baltimore before the 2009 season.
His career record is 57-74 over 320 games, including 166 starts.