Hill will turn 42 in early March, and he spent his 2021 with the Rays and Mets where he posted a 3.86 ERA and a 4.70 xFIP across 32 games (31 starts). The Milton High graduate spent three seasons with Boston but had an injury-plagued 2010 and 2011 before posting a 1.83 ERA through 25 relief outings in 2012.
The Sox then signed him out of an independent league in 2015, where through four starts he pitched a 1.55 ERA. Speier notes that this is the seventh time that he has reached a deal with the Sox.
Hill will get a one-year deal with Boston, worth $4 million.
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