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Topic - Matt Thornton
NEW YORK (AP) — Left-hander Matt Thornton completed his $7 million, two-year contract with the New York Yankees, who cut outfielder Vernon Wells.
An All-Star in 2005 and 2007, the 36-year-old Roberts had spent his entire 13-year major league career with Baltimore. He has not played a full season since 2009 because of injuries.
With job security out of the way, White Sox lefty Matt Thornton can now turn his attention to proving he should be Chicago's closer.
The Chicago White Sox have placed relievers Matt Thornton and J.J. Putz on the 15-day disabled list, leaving their bullpen a bit short on experience.
"He was always level," said White Sox reliever Matt Thornton, who was on the 2009 World Baseball Classic team that Johnson managed, describing Johnson's demeanor on Day 1 with the Nationals to a T. "He was always right there.