The Giants have signed right-handed pitcher Scott Proctor to a minor-league contract, according to WPTV.
Proctor is a seven-year MLB veteran, and has played for the Yankees, Dodgers and Braves. His best season came in 2006 when he went 6-4 with a 3.52 ERA in 83 games with the Yankees.
He has a career record of 18-16 with a 4.78 ERA in 307 games, but had his worst season in 2011 when he had a 7.14 ERA in 39 games.
Proctor played overseas in Korea in 2012, where he rejuvenated his career by learning to throw the split-fingered fastball. He had a 1.79 ERA and 35 saves as his team’s closer.
“It’s an honor to play for an organization that has such a winning tradition,” Proctor told his hometown newspaper. “(San Francisco) focuses on the fundamentals that I believe in and to get a chance to play for an organization that does it the right way is quite an opportunity for me.”