Claggett went 9-6 with a 3.11 ERA in 21 starts for St. Paul in 142 innings, his second season with that club. Primarily a reliever until this season, Claggett is a veteran of 321 minor league games in nine seasons, with 55 starts. He owns a career record of 51-38 with a solid 3.67 ERA in those games, and also has 41 career saves. After being drafted by the Detroit Tigers in 2005, Claggett was with that organization through the 2007 season before joining the Yankees in 2008. He would make his Major League debut in New York in 2009, appearing in one game out of the Yankees’ bullpen. He would go on to appear in two more MLB games that season out of the Pittsburgh Pirates’ bullpen, before spending the 2010 and 2011 seasons at Triple-A Indianapolis and Double-A Altoona with Pittsburgh.