The Oakland A's have acquired closer Jim Johnson from the Baltimore Orioles in exchange for second baseman Jemile Weeks, according to Ken Rosenthal.
Johnson, a free agent after the season, is expected to make approximately $10 million in 2014. He has 101 saves over the past two seasons, with a 2.72 ERA during that time.
Jemile Weeks was a first round pick of the A's in 2008, selected one pick after the Rangers took Justin Smoak. He had a nice half-season in 2011, but was awful in 2012, and got 9 major league plate appearances in 2013. Here is the most memorable moment of his major league career:
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