The Chicago Cubs have come to terms with right-handed pitcher Josh Conway, who was the team's fourth round selection in the 2012 MLB Draft.
Baseball American [sic] reported that the Cubs had come to terms on a deal with fourth-round pick Josh Conway. The right-handed pitcher, who is recovering from Tommy John surgery, reportedly agreed to a $280,000 deal with the value of the spot he was picked said to be at $343,200.
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Conway was 4-1 in nine starts with a 2.14 ERA for Coastal Carolina before getting hurt. He struck out 50 and walked 18 in 54-2/3 innings.
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