Another former Phillie has found a new home.
Brett Myers agreed to terms on a one-year contract with the Cleveland Indians on Tuesday. The deal, which won't become final until Myers passes a physical, also contains a club option for the 2014 season.
Myers posted a 3.31 ERA over 70 relief appearances between the Astros and White Sox last season. However, Terry Francona's new club plans to use Myers as a starter, according to MLB.com.
Myers isn't the only former Phillies player to make news over the last couple days, as the Red Sox worked out Bobby Abreu in Venezuela, according to multiple reports. It was first reported by Venezuelan journalist Rafael Tejera.
Interestingly enough, the Sox apparently put Abreu through drills at first base, a position he has never played over his 17-year major league career. However, Scott Lauber of The Boston Herald reported that a signing was unlikely and quoted an an unamed major league source who described the workout as simply "background work."