According to the Denver Post, the reliever will earn $650,000.
Beerleaguer: Between Majewski, Dave Borkowski and Mike Zagurski, every night can be polka night in the IronPigs' bullpen. The Phils saw a ton of Majewski when he was with the Expos/Nationals and he was a pretty tough workhorse until Frank Robinson blew him out like he did with everyone else. A fastball/slider type, he was shipped to the Reds in a 2006 trade, already experiencing tendenitus in his shoulder. The Reds would later file a grievance with the league contesting they received damaged goods from Washington. He’s been on and off the disabled list and in and out of the minors trying to get it back ever since, posting an ineffective 6.53 ERA in 37 appearances for the Reds last season, splitting time with Triple-A Louisville. Non-tendered in December, he’ll only turn 29 next season and will be two years removed from arm surgery, so there’s cause for optimism and little reason to scoff at a minor league flier on a battle-tested reliever. The days when the Phillies sold themselves short on decent bullpen depth appear to be over. Majewski, along with fellow minor-league signing Mike Koplove, will have opportunities if they can step up and impress Charlie Manuel in spring training. At least one reader agrees:
“Majewski is not a bad Value Village roll of the dice. Before he wrecked his arm, he was a solid reliever. He'll be 29 this season and it's his second season since arm surgery, which usually when you get a bounce back (like Dotel last year). He's far more likely to help the team than Koplove and if he regains 100 percent of his pre-surgery stuff he'll be an upgrade over Condrey.” - clout