Source: Veteran Brandon Inge has deal imminent

Veteran third baseman Brandon Inge, who underwent arthroscopic surgery on his throwing shoulder in mid-September, is on the verge of signing a Minor League deal with an invite to big-league camp, according to a baseball source.

The 35-year-old was choosing between a pair of teams, but his destination isn’t yet known.

Inge had a .218/.275/.383 line between Detroit and Oakland last season, with 12 home runs. Injuries held him to 82 games last season after he played 102 the year before. He became a leader on the A’s, but was forced to the disabled list on Aug. 14 with a sprained right shoulder. He was reinstated Sept. 1 before re-injuring the shoulder.

– Evan Drellich

4 Comments

I want Brandon back in Oakland, he’s not finished. Don’t let him go to another team. We need him!

William Inge wrote the play “Picnic”. it has been no picnic being Brandon Inge, what with his limited talents even when healthy. “Come back, little Sheba” but do Oakland fans yearn for Brandon to come back to the team?

one of the good guys.good luck Brandon.

Sad how life works out that way. Hope his shoulder gets better.

Oh, wait, what am I saying? I don’t care about the A’s, I’m a Rockies fan. Whatever, though…”

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