The Toronto Blue Jays have signed infielder Joe Panik to a minor league deal, according to TSN's Scott Mitchell.

Panik split last season between the New York Mets and San Francisco Giants, hitting a combined .244 in 142 games, 39 of which came with New York.

He spent five and a half seasons with the Giants before he was released in August, highlighted by a World Series title in 2014 and an All-Star appearance the season after.

The 29-year-old is a veteran of six big league seasons and owns a career batting average of .271.

Meanwhile, the Jays added another player later on Saturday, agreeing to a deal with right-hander Ryan Dull. He will get an invite to big-league camp next month, reports Mitchell.

Dull spent his 2019 with three different teams, one of which was the Blue Jays, but appeared in just 11 games with an ERA of 12.79.