YORK -- The York Revolution has signed former major league pitcher Juan Rincon and infielder/outfielder Brian Burgamy and pitcher Nick Green.
Rincon last pitched in the bigs in 2010 for the Colorado Rockies. He's pitched in the Atlantic League the past two seasons and saved 23 games for the Bridgeport Bluefish in 2011, the second-highest total in the league.
The 16-year-pro is coming off a stint in the World Baseball Classic with Team Venezuela. He's appeared in 444 big league games, compiling a record of 35-29 with a 4.03 ERA with the Rockies and Minnesota Twins.
Burgamy, a switch-hitter, was a first team Atlantic League All-Star last season with the Camden Riversharks, leading the league in walks (80) while batting .294 overall with a career-high 20 home runs. Burgamy, 31, was originally a ninth-round draft choice of the San Diego Padres in 2002 and has also played in the Philadelphia Phillies organization.
Green has pitched in the Atlantic League All-Star Game in each of the last two seasons, combining to go 20-16 with a 3.75 ERA for the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs. He has previously pitched at the Triple-A level in both the Angels and Brewers organizations, respectively.
York now has 20 players under contract for 2013.