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Miguel Cairo on Board

The Phils signed veteran utility man Miguel Cairo to a minor league contract today and invited him to spring training.

Miguel Cairo on Board

"I can´t walk away from those 21 wins" in 50 starts, Phillies pitching coach Rich Dubee said of Kyle Kendrick. (Eric Mencher/Staff Photographer)
"I can't walk away from those 21 wins" in 50 starts, Phillies pitching coach Rich Dubee said of Kyle Kendrick. (Eric Mencher/Staff Photographer)
Inquirer staff writer Jim Salisbury reports:

The Phils signed veteran utility man Miguel Cairo to a minor league contract today and invited him to spring training. The veteran infielder will be a candidate to add infield depth.

Cairo, 34, has played 1,200 big-league games for seven teams. He played in 108 games for Seattle last season and hit .249

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