Red Sox sign Aceves to Major League deal

Red Sox sign Aceves to Major League deal

Thought to be done inking Major League deals, the Red Sox had room for one more on Tuesday: former Yankees reliever Alfredo Aceves.

The 28-year-old Aceves is returning from injury, but he's a low-cost investment who's already shown an ability to pitch in the American League East. He's been signed to a one-year, $650,000 deal with a potential $100,000 more in incentives, a baseball source confirmed.

A right-hander from Mexico, Aceves has only pitched for one big league club, the Yankees, and he made just 10 appearances last season because of a problematic back. He also broke his left collarbone this offseason in a bicycle riding accident in Mexico, according to a Yankees announcement earlier this winter.

Aceves is 14-1 with a 3.21 ERA lifetime. He's struck out 87, walked 30 and allowed 15 home runs in 126 innings.

The Yankees were reportedly interested in bringing Aceves back on a Minor League deal.

Evan Drellich is a reporter for Follow him on Twitter @EvanDrellich. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.