MILWAUKEE (AP) — Ideal-hander Josh Tomlin has agreed to a slight league contract with the Milwaukee Brewers, who hope he can abide by Wade Miley’s instance of earning a position as a non-roster player and turning into part of their beginning rotation.
If added to the 40-male roster, the 34-yr-old ideal-hander would get a a person-yr contract paying out $1.25 million. He would have a chance to get paid $2.25 million in effectiveness bonuses.
Tomlin was 2-5 with a profession-worst 6.14 Period very last time in nine starts and 23 aid appearances for Cleveland, his only workforce in nine major league seasons. He was -4 with a 7.84 Period when dropped from the rotation in mid-May perhaps and stayed in the bullpen until eventually the next 50 % of September.
He is 61-53 with a 4.77 Period in 144 starts and 39 aid appearances.
The NL Central winner Brewers announced the offer Friday.