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Brewers, Francisco Rodriguez agree on two-year deal

PHOENIX -- The Milwaukee Brewers on Thursday morning agreed to terms with free-agent reliever Francisco Rodriguez to a two-year contract to return to the team for a fourth time. A source confirmed Rodriguez will make $13 million over the two years. It had been reported K-Rod was initially seeking two years and $20 million. There's also a team option for a third year. The deal hasn't officially been announced because Rodriguez has yet to take a physical. Rodriguez, 33, reportedly also drew interest from the Miami Marlins and Toronto Blue Jays. "Frankie had 44 saves for us last year and he fits well with our team," team principal owner Mark Attanasio said. "One thing that Doug (Melvin) ...

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