The deal is worth $48 million with an opt-out clause after the first season

By SI Wire
December 30, 2015

The Los Angeles Dodgers have signed Scott Kazmir to a three-year contract, the team announced.

The deal was first reported by Ken Gurnick of MLB.com. The deal is worth $48 million with an opt-out clause after the first season, reports CBS Sports' Jon Heyman.

Kazmir is coming off a year in which he went 7–11 with a 3.10 ERA in 31 starts for the Oakland Athletics and Houston Astros.

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The left-handed pitcher will be entering his 12th season in the majors after spending time with the Tampa Bay Rays, Los Angeles Angels, Cleveland Indians, Athletics and Astros. He has a 98–90 record in his career.

The Dodgers pitching staff already includes southpaws Clayton Kershaw, Brett Anderson, Alex Wood and Hyun-Jin Ryu.

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