Plouffe agrees to a minor league deal with Phillies.
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CLEARWATER, Fla. (AP) Third baseman Trevor Plouffe has agreed to a minor league contract to remain with the Philadelphia Phillies.
If added to the 40-man roster, he would get a one-year contract with a $750,000 salary while in the major leagues.
The 32-year-old spent last season in the Philadelphia organization and played in seven major league games, going 3 for 12 with a home run. He hit .230 at Triple-A Lehigh Valley with 12 homers, 37 RBIs and a .460 slugging percentage in 73 games.
Plouffe spent his first seven seasons with the Minnesota Twins and has played for the Oakland Athletics and Texas Rangers. He .242 career hitter with 106 home runs and 379 RBIs.
Philadelphia announced the deal Thursday.
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Updated February 21, 2019