Daisuke Matsuzaka is staying with the Mets.
The 33-year-old right-hander agreed Friday to a minor-league contract and was invited to big league spring training camp next month.
Matsuzaka was 3-3 with a 4.42 ERA for the Mets last year.
Giants: San Francisco acquired left-hander David Huff from the Yankees for cash, two days after he was designated for assignment to make room for Japanese ace Masahiro Tanaka.
Braves: Atlanta agreed to a minor-league contract with right-hander Freddy Garcia and invited him to their big league spring training camp.
Cubs: Chicago agreed to a one-year contract with All-Star pitcher Travis Wood, avoiding arbitration.
A person familiar with the situation said that the deal is for $3.9 million. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because the terms were not announced by the team.
Dodgers: Los Angeles signed infielder Chone Figgins to a minor-league contract and invited him to spring training.
Indians: Cleveland agreed to a minor-league contract with catcher Luke Carlin.
Carlin’s deal includes an invitation to major league spring training camp.
Mariners: Seattle added two more pitchers to their spring training camp, signing left-hander Joe Beimel and right-hander Mark Rogers to minor-league deals.
Also Friday, Seattle promoted Kevin Mather to team president and chief operating officer, replacing Chuck Armstrong, who is retiring at the end of the month.
Armstrong, 71, had been Seattle’s team president for 28 of the previous 30 seasons.
Marlins: Third baseman Ty Wigginton signed a minor-league contract with Miami and has been invited to their spring training camp.
Twins: Chuck Knoblauch was elected as the newest member of Minnesota’s Hall of Fame.
White Sox: Chicago agreed to a multi-year contract extension with manager Robin Ventura.
The terms were not disclosed.
Shift in majority control of YES: 21st Century Fox is taking over majority control of the YES Network from the Yankees’ parent company.
Fox said it will raise its ownership stake from 49 percent to 80 percent in a deal it said it expects to close by the end of March.
Yankee Global Enterprises reduced its stake in the network from 26 percent to 20 percent, which will become a consolidated entity of 21st Century Fox.