A nice story here. The Phillies and Paul Bako have agreed to a minor league deal, the Phillies official website reported.
"Paul has a tremendous amount of Major League experience and he gives us the opportunity to add greater catching depth to our system," Phillies assistant general manager Scott Proefrock said in a statement.
Bako was signed by the Cubs this offseason, but was released on March 30th when Koyie Hill won the backup catching spot. He will report to extended spring training before he joins one of the teams minor league affiliates.
This story was approved by MLB Rumors.