The Phillies agreed to a two-year deal with left-hander Matt Strahm on Friday, president of basketball operations Dave Dombrowski announced.
So far the financial details of the transaction are unknown.
Strahm, 31, pitched solely out of the bullpen for the Red Sox last season. He posted a 3.83 ERA in 50 appearances.
He fanned 52 opponents and handed out 17 walks. Plus, he allowed just five home runs against the 193 opponents he faced in total in 2022.
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For his career, Strahm has a 3.83 ERA over seven seasons. However, he has a 3.11 career ERA in relief.
The Phillies will be his fourth team, he debuted in 2016 with the Royals, went to the Padres and later to the White Sox.