Camp finds home in Seattle

Reliever Shawn Camp pitches against the Rangers at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, Tex., April 26,...

Reliever Shawn Camp pitches against the Rangers at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, Tex., April 26, 2011. (MIKE STONE/Reuters)

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, Last Updated: 6:50 PM ET

The Seattle Mariners have signed free-agent relievers Kuo Hong-chih and Shawn Camp to one-year contracts in a move to bolster their bullpen, the team said on Monday.

Financial terms were not released.

Kuo, who in 2010 became the first Taiwanese to make a MLB All-Star team, went 1-2 had a 9.00 earned run average in 40 games last season while hampered by elbow and anxiety problems.

The left-hander, 30, had spent his entire seven-year Major League career with the Dodgers before being released in the off-season.

Camp, 36, appeared in a team-high 67 games for the Toronto Blue Jays in 2011, posting a 6-3 record and 4.21 earned run average.


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