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Korean Reliever Set To Sign With Cubs

South Korean reliever Chang-Yong Lim, who?s spent the past five seasons pitching in Japan, revealed that he?s signing a two-year contract with the Cubs.

According to the 36-year-old right-hander the deal could be worth up to $5 million, but Patrick Mooney of CSNChicago.com has a few more details and says it?s basically a minor-league contract with little guaranteed money and a bunch of potential incentives

For more on this story visit: Aaron Gleeman, NBC Sports Hardball Talk



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