So far, the majority of Free Agents that have signed new deals have been relief pitchers. Seven of the eight free agents signed to major league deals on Wednesday and Thursday are those who normally come out of the bullpen.

Here are the free agents who agreed to new deals on December 13-14.

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Fernando Rodney, Minnesota Twins

Rodney, who turns 41 on March 18, will be joining the Twins on a one-year, $4.5 million deal.

Spending 2017 with the Arizona Diamondbacks, the right-hander came out of the bullpen 61 times and went 5-4 with a 4.23 ERA and 39 saves. He pitched 55 1/3 innings with a 1.19 WHIP and 65 strikeouts.

The 15-year veteran has pitched in 828 games (zero starts) and has 300 saves, a 44-63 record, and a 3.73 ERA. He has pitched 821 innings, has a 1.35 WHIP, and 824 strikeouts.

Steve Cishek - Chicago Cubs

The 31-year-old Cishek will be a member of the Cubs after agreeing to a two-year deal. Terms of the deal are not known as of Thursday night, but Jerry Crasnick of ESPN reports it will be in the range of $12 to $14 million. The right-handed reliever made 49 appearances with the Seattle Mariners and Tampa Bay Rays in 2017.

He finished the year with a 3-2 record, 2.01 ERA, 0.90 WHIP, and 41 strikeouts in 44 2/3 innings.

Cishek has spent eight seasons in the majors pitching for the Miami Marlins, St. Louis Cardinals, Mariners, and Rays. He has appeared in 422 games (zero starts) in his career and has a 24-28 record with 121 saves and a 2.73 ERA.

He has 449 strikeouts in 421 2/3 innings and a 1.16 WHIP.

Brandon Kintzler - Washington Nationals

Kintzler, who was acquired at the trade deadline from the Twins, re-signed with the Nationals for two years and $10 million. He pitched in 72 games out of the bullpen for the two teams and went 4-3 with a 3.03 ERA and 29 saves. He struck out 39 hitters in 71 1/3 innings and had a 1.15 WHIP.

The 33-year-old has pitched eight seasons in the majors with the Milwaukee Brewers, Twins, and Nationals. In 298 games (all in relief), the right-hander has a career 14-14 record and a 3.26 ERA. In 306 2/3 innings, he owns a 1.25 WHIP and 208 strikeouts.

Joe Smith - Houston Astros

Smith, who turns 34 on March 22, will be joining the defending World Series champion Astros on a two-year pact worth $15 million. He made 59 appearances in relief for the Toronto Blue Jays and Cleveland Indians in 2017 going 3-0 with a 3.33 ERA. He struck out well over a batter an inning with 71 in 54 innings and finished with a 1.04 WHIP.

The right-handed Smith has pitched 11 seasons for the Mets, Indians, Los Angeles Angels, Cubs, and Blue Jays.

In 698 career appearances (zero starts), he is 44-28 with a 2.97 ERA, 1.19 WHIP, and 547 strikeouts in 624 2/3 innings.

Juan Nicasio - Seattle Mariners

Nicasio and the Mariners have agreed to terms on a two-year, $17 million deal. Nicasio spent parts of 2017 with three teams, the Pittsburgh Pirates (65 appearances), Philadelphia Phillies (two appearances), and Cardinals (nine appearances). In his National League-leading 76 games out of the bullpen, the right-hander went 5-5 with a 2.61 ERA. He had 72 strikeouts in 72 1/3 innings and a 1.08 WHIP.

The 31-year-old has played seven years in the majors with the Rockies, Los Angeles Dodgers, Pirates, Phillies, and Cardinals. Nicasio has pitched in 269 games (82 starts) and has a .500 record at 37-37 with a 4.55 ERA, 1.41 WHIP, and 569 strikeouts in 629 2/3 innings.

Anthony Swarzak - New York Mets

The 32-year-old Swarzak will join the Mets on a two-year deal worth $14 million. He spent 2017 with both the Chicago White Sox and Brewers and made 70 relief appearances. He went 6-4 with a 2.33 ERA, 1.03 WHIP, and 91 strikeouts in 77 1/3 innings.

The right-hander has pitched eight major league seasons with the Twins, Indians, New York Yankees, White Sox, and Brewers. In 287 games pitched (32 starts), Swarzak is 23-30 with a 4.22 ERA. In 561 1/3 professional innings, he has struck out 402 batters and has a 1.33 WHIP.

Jake McGee - Colorado Rockies

The Rockies will be bringing back McGee for 2018 on a three-year deal. Jon Heyman of FanRag reports the deal will be for around $27 million.

The southpaw made 62 appearances out of the bullpen for Colorado last season and went 0-2 with a 3.61 ERA. He had 58 strikeouts in 57 1/3 innings and a 1.10 WHIP.

The 31-year-old has spent eight years in the majors with the Rays and Rockies. He has pitched in 416 games (zero starts) and owns a 23-16 and a 3.14 ERA. In 362 2/3 career innings, McGee has struck out 415 batters and has a 1.10 WHIP.

Michael Pineda - Minnesota Twins

Pineda agreed to a two-year, $10 million deal to pitch for the Twins. The right-handed starter underwent Tommy John surgery last July and will miss most, if not all of 2018. In 17 starts with the Yankees last season, he had a 4.39 ERA and an 8-4 record. He struck out 92 hitters in 96 1/3 innings.

Pineda, who turns 29 on January 18, has pitched five professional seasons with the Seattle Mariners and Yankees. All 117 of his career appearances have been starts, and he is 40-41 with a 4.05 ERA, 1.19 WHIP, and 687 strikeouts in 680 innings.