2/16 Morning Marquee: Emilio Bonifacio signed, arbitration news

The Chicago Cubs signed infielder/outfielder Emilio Bonifacio to a minor league deal on Sunday. The 28-year-old was released by the Kansas City Royals on Wednesday after being designated for assignment. Cubs reliever Arodys Vizcaino passed his first test after a long rehab from Tommy John surgery and Edwin Jackson has confidence going into this season.

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Around the league, Josh Reddick and the Oakland Athletics avoided arbitration and Andrew Miller and the Boston Red Sox did the same with a one-year deal. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim injury prone pitcher Mark Mulder ruptured his Achilles tendon.

ESPN Chicago: Cubs sign Emilio Bonifacio

Chicago Sun-Times: Cubs reliever Arodys Vizcaino aces first test after long rehab of elbow injury

Cubs.com: Jackson’s confidence unshaken entering ’14

Chicago Tribune: Pitching priorities for Cubs in draft

NBC Sports: Mark Mulder ruptured his Achilles tendon

Fox Sports: Mariners agree to contract with first baseman Justin Smoak

CBS Sports: Mariners, Orioles, Blue Jays among many suitors for FA Ervin Santana

Athletics.com: Reddick agrees to one-year deal with A’s

RedSox.com: Red Sox, Miller avoid arbitration with one-year deal

ScoreBig.com: Your source for Cubs tickets in 2014

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