Corey Kluber, who did not strike for the first time in his career with the Yankees in his solo season, but has been on the injured list for more than three months, has agreed a one-year deal with Rice.
He agreed to a $ 8 million contract and benefits with two-time Cy Young Award winner Tampa Bay. According to Post baseball commentator Joel Sherman. On Sunday morning, Athletic announced the deal.
Kluber, 35, made his debut against Rangers on May 19 and was named in the list of those injured with strain on his right shoulder later that month. He returned in late August and finished the season with a 5-3 record, 3.83 ERA and 82 shots in 80 innings in 16 starts.
The Yankees had made just eight starts in the previous two seasons with Cluber Cleveland and Texas before signing him on a one-year deal worth $ 11 million for 2021.
The Yankees currently have starting players Gerrit Cole and Luis Severino with contracts until 2022, Jordan Montgomery and Jameson Tillon for refereeing, and Nestor Cortes under team supervision.