Starting pitcher John Lackey has reportedly reached a two-year agreement with the Chicago Cubs, according to FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal.
The deal is reportedly worth $32 million and will be finalized after a physical, according to Rosenthal. The veteran right-hander pitched last season on a veteran’s minimum contract of $507,000.
Lackey, who turned 37 in October, is coming off a 13–10 season for the St. Louis Cardinals with a 2.77 ERA after starting a career high 33 games. His 218.0 innings were the second most of his career since pitching 224.0 in 2007.
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