According to several reports the Yankees have signed veteran relief pitcher Oliver Perez to a minor league deal. He will report to Triple-A Scranton / Wilkes-Barre.
Perez, 36, spent the last two seasons at the Washington Nationals. He beat over 33 innings at 4.64 ERA (3.82 FIP). In the last few years it was a big blow to the right wing. You have to go back to 2014, when he appeared for the Diamondbacks, to find the last time he had a quality campaign.
A true left-handed specialist, Perez held left batters to a .227 / .301
That's pretty much a deep movement. Someone has to set up Triple-A. Perez got a call to the big leagues – how many teams did the whole season without mixing the Bullpen? If he still gets drums with his left hand, I see no problem with that. The more depth the better.