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Report: Phil Hughes Would Consider Signing with a Team as a Relief Pitcher

class="ui-droppable">New York Yankees starter Phil Hughes will be a free agent come season's end, and he hasn't exactly ruled out the notion of signing with a team that's interested in him as a relief pitcher, reports Andy Martino of the New York Daily News.

Hughes has filled both roles for the Yankees in his seven-year career with the team, though he has started 97 games over the past four seasons. His performance out of the bullpen in 2009 was instrumental in the team's World Series win, as he pitched to an outstanding 1.40 ERA over 51.1 innings out of the pen.

A fly ball pitcher, Hughes isn't really a great fit for Yankee Stadium. That has become especially evident this season, as the loss in Thursday's game against the Los Angeles Angels ...

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