Report: Cubs sign former Braves righty Williams Perez

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Williams Perez, who was released by the Braves on Dec. 8, reportedly signed a minor-league deal with the Cubs. | David Banks/Getty Images

The Cubs signed right-handed pitcher Williams Perez to a minor-league deal, according to Ken Rosenthal. The Braves released Perez on Dec. 8. Perez, 25, made 31 starts for the Braves in the last two seasons, during which he had a 5.18 ERA in 170 1/3 innings. Last season, he had a 6.04 ERA in 53 2/3 innings while dealing with shoulder and elbow troubles.

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