The Cleveland Indians made two moves Tuesday. They acquired right-hander Nick Goody from the New York Yankees for a player to be named later, and they signed first baseman Chris Colabello to a minor-league contract.
Goody, 25, had a 4.66 ERA in 27 relief appearances for the Yankees last season. He struck out 34 in 29 innings and didn't have any decisions.
Goody was designated for assignment by the Yankees on Dec. 15 to open up a 40-man roster spot for left-hander Aroldis Chapman.
Goody was a sixth-round draft pick by the Yankees in 2012. He played college baseball at LSU.
Colabello, 33, hit .321 with 15 homers and an .886 OPS in 101 games with the Toronto Blue Jays in 2015, but he served an 80-game suspension early in the 2016 season for violating Major League Baseball's rules on the use of performance-enhancing drugs.
He played in just 10 games in 2016 and hit .069 with no homers.
Colabello's deal with the Indians includes an invitation to spring training.
Besides playing first base, Colabello could also be used as a designated hitter.