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01/05/2011 11:45 AM ET
Indians sign RHP Doug Mathis; invite him to Major League camp
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The Cleveland Indians today announced the club has signed RHP Doug Mathis to a free agent minor league contract with a non-roster invitation to Major League spring training camp in Goodyear, AZ.

Mathis, 27, split the 2010 season between the AL Champion Texas Rangers and the Triple A Oklahoma City Redhawks in his sixth season in the Texas organization. He went 1-1 w/ a 6.04 ERA in 13 Major League relief appearances (22.1IP, 30H, 15ER, 11BB, 10K) over two stints in Texas, recording an ERA of 3.00 (21.0IP, 23H, 7ER, 4HR) in 12 of the outings excluding his appearance of May 14 at Toronto (1.1IP, 7H, 8ER). His second stint in Texas in July resulted in four scoreless 1.0 inning outings (2H). He went 5-7 w/a 5.66 ERA in 18 games/15 starts at Triple A (89.0IP, 116H, 56ER, 31BB, 54K). Doug recently pitched for Este in the Dominican Winter League where he went 2-1 w/a 3.29 ERA in 7 games (4GS, 27.1IP, 33H, 10ER)

The University of Missouri product was the 13th round selection of the Rangers in the 2005 draft. Doug has made big league appearances with Texas in each of the last three seasons since 2008 and owns a career record of 3-3 w/a 4.84 ERA in 45 games/6 starts (87.1IP, 106H, 47ER, 35BB, 44K). In 2009 with Texas he posted an ERA of 2.14 (33.2IP, 26H, 8ER, 21K, .218AVG) in 22 relief appearances. His career minor league record is 39-34 w/a 4.08 ERA in 111 games (104GS, 593.1IP, 652H, 269ER) over six seasons since 2005.

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