It's official: The Orioles have re-signed Mark Hendrickson and designated reliever Armando Gabino for assignment.
Orioles president of baseball operations Andy MacPhail just confirmed that the club has signed pitcher Will Ohman to a minor league deal.
Ohman receives an invitation to spring training, with the chance to win a spot in the bullpen as a situational lefty.
That should put a little more heat on Alberto Castillo, who appeared in 48 games with the Orioles over the past two seasons.
Note to the terminally negative: I guess that Will Startup signing didn't stop MacPhail from pursuing Ohman. Go figure.
The Orioles were interested in Ohman last winter, but he signed late with the Dodgers and couldn't stay healthy. He underwent elbow and shoulder surgeries, and settled for a minor league deal today.
You can check out Ohman's career stats right here.