SAN DIEGO -- The Texas Rangers agreed to terms on a two-year deal with free-agent starting pitcher Andrew Heaney on Tuesday, further bolstering a rotation that previously added Jacob deGrom, a source told ESPN.
Heaney's two-year deal, which is pending a physical, is valued at $25 million but can increase to $37 million with incentives. It includes an opt-out after Year 1.
Heaney, 31, rebuilt his value on a star-studded Los Angeles Dodgers team last season, thanks in large part to the development of a new slider. The 31-year-old left-hander accumulated only 72 2/3 innings, but he posted a 3.