Luna agrees to minor league deal with Red Sox

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Luna agrees to minor league deal with Red Sox

According to Fox Sports', Jon Paul Morosi, Hector Luna has agreed to a minor-league contract with the Red Sox. Luna is a veteran infielderoutfield who played within the Flordia Marlins organizationlast season. This six-year veteranhas made the majority of his major league appearances at second base, but has displayed his athletic versatility by playing every position besides pitcher and catcher. Luna originally signed with the Cleveland Indians as a free agent. Luna has a career .265 hitting average with 13 home runs and 86 RBI in 311 games. His most sucessful season was in 2006 when hebatted .286 with6 home runs, 21 doubles and 38 RBI for St. Louis and Cleveland. Last season Luna batted .138 in 27 games with the Marlins and .294 with 16 home runs with theMarlins' Triple-A affiliateteam in New Orleans.

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