Chris Capuano P NYY 3 Months

Chris Capuano pitched 2 2/3 scoreless innings for a relief victory Wednesday against the White Sox.

Capuano has been a revelation in relief for the Red Sox, throwing nine scoreless innings in the team's first 15 games. Given his injury history, we'll see if he can keep it up. He has to be in line for a couple of days off after the long outing tonight.

Chris Capuano P NYY 5 Months

Making his spring debut, Chris Capuano yielded two runs in two innings Wednesday in his start against the Cardinals.

A Xavier Scruggs homers did the damage. Capuano projects as the swingman on the Red Sox staff; he's expected to be in the pen initially, but he could step into the rotation as soon as a starter is needed.

Chris Capuano P NYY 5 Months

Red Sox signed LHP Chris Capuano to a one-year, $2.5 million contract.

Capuano passed his physical on Saturday morning making the deal official. He'll compete for the final spot in the Red Sox rotation this spring, but will likely end up as the long-man out of the bullpen. He's only relevant in mixed leagues if he's in the Opening Day rotation.

Chris Capuano P NYY 5 Months

Joe McDonald of ESPN Boston reports that Chris Capuano has arrived at Red Sox camp and will undergo his physical on Saturday.

If all goes well and the deal becomes official, he'll throw his first bullpen session with his new squad on Sunday. He'd make for an interesting late-round flyer in mixed league drafts if he earns the final spot in the Red Sox rotation, but the most likely scenario has him winding up as the long man in the bullpen.

Chris Capuano P NYY 5 Months

Ron Chimelis of the Springfield Republican reports that the Red Sox have signed left-hander Chris Capuano.

It's a one-year, $2.25 million deal, according to CBS Sports' Jon Heyman. Capuano drew surprisingly little interest this winter despite dominant career numbers against left-handed hitters and the ability to both start and relieve. The Red Sox will let him compete for their fifth rotation spot this spring but will likely use him as a swingman (moving between the bullpen and rotation) once the regular season begins. Capuano, 35, boasts a solid 3.91 ERA and 1.286 WHIP in his last 304 major league innings.

Chris Capuano P NYY 5 Months

According to CBS Sports' Jon Heyman, the Red Sox have made "some progress" with free agent Chris Capuano.

Boston is viewing the veteran left-hander as a potential swingman who would work primarily in relief but could also step in for some spot starts. Capuano, 35, posted a 3.91 ERA and 1.286 WHIP in 304 innings during his two-year run (2012-2013) with the Dodgers. He has held left-handed batters to a .231/.288/.331 slash line in his nine-year major league career. The Mariners are also known to have interest.

Chris Capuano P NYY 5 Months

FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports that the Red Sox are "talking" to Chris Capuano.

Boston is looking to replenish some rotation depth after Ryan Dempster decided not to pitch this season, and Capuano would be a nice fit. The left-hander could possibly slide in at the end of the rotation or be used in a swingman role. Capuano, who was born in Massachusetts, has been seeking a two-year deal this winter.

Chris Capuano P NYY 5 Months

CBS Sports' Jon Heyman reports that the Mariners are in talks with free agent left-hander Chris Capuano.

Capuano has been seeking a two-year deal and Heyman hears that there may be a difference of opinion on the price, but talks are ongoing. The White Sox, Marlins, and Dodgers have also been linked to the veteran left-hander in recent days.

Chris Capuano P NYY 5 Months

Chris Cotillo of MLB Daily Dish reports that the White Sox, Marlins, Dodgers and Mariners are among the teams interested in free agent left-hander Chris Capuano.

One of the reasons that the veteran southpaw hasn't reached a deal yet is that his asking price is reportedly still very high. If he can land a rotation spot someplace, he has enough ability to be mixed-league worthy.

Chris Capuano P NYY 6 Months

The Orioles are talking with Joe Saunders and Chris Capuano, a source tells Jon Morosi of FOX Sports.

The O's have been in talks with numerous free agent pitchers this offseason, and it appears they've turned their attention to southpaws in Capuano and Saunders. Capuano, 35, had a 4.26 ERA in 105 2/3 innings with the Dodgers last season, and he recently lowered his asking price from two years to looking for a one-year deal. The Orioles are likely to add at least one more starter before Opening Day.