Orioles add Kyle Gibson on 1-year, $10M deal
The Baltimore Orioles and free-agent right-hander Kyle Gibson agreed to a one-year, $10-million contract.
Gibson is coming off a rough year with the Philadelphia Phillies. He authored a 5.05 ERA over 31 starts in 2022, registering a 10-8 record while logging 167 2/3 innings.
The Orioles entered the offseason widely expected to pursue starting pitchers. They reportedly entered the Carlos Rodon sweepstakes and met with Noah Syndergaard via Zoom on Friday.
Gibson, 35, was an All-Star in 2021 when he opened the season with the Texas Rangers before being traded to the Phillies. He came up with the Minnesota Twins in 2013 and joined the Rangers in 2020.