The Winnipeg Goldeyes have signed infielder Steve Singleton to the 2012 roster.
The 26-year-old spent six seasons in the Minnesota Twins organization, where he batted .252 with three home runs and 17 RBI in 41 games. Singleton finished last season in the Philadelphia Phillies system.
“He’s a guy with a lot of experience. He should bring a high level of play to our team,” manager Rick Forney said. “He switch hits and has the ability to play all over the infield. He has really good career numbers and a lot of doubles in his history. He has the ability to not only move around defensively, but he has the ability to hit in multiple positions throughout the line up.”
With the signing of the San Francisco native, the Goldeyes now have six players signed this season, including one pitcher and five position players.
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