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Former Orioles right-hander Daniel Cabrera received another chance to make a comeback to the major leagues when the Los Angeles Angels signed him Thursday.

The Angels added Cabrera, 29, to the roster of the Double-A Arkansas Travelers, where he is expected to pitch out of the bullpen. To make room for Cabrera, the Angels released left-hander Jayson Miller.

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Cabrera was 0-6 with a 6.00 ERA in 15 games (nine starts) while splitting the 2009 season between the Washington Nationals and the Arizona Diamondbacks. He was also 0-1 with a 6.14 ERA in four starts for the Reno Aces, Arizona's Triple-A affiliate, last year.

In spring training, Cabrera worked out with the Chicago White Sox, but he was released before the beginning of the season. He made three appearances during the spring, giving up seven runs and eight hits in three innings.

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