REPORT: Cubs agree to terms with former Dodgers starting pitcher


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<span style="font-size:.7em">Photo: Gary A. Vasquez / USATODAY</span>
Photo: Gary A. Vasquez / USATODAY

According to multiple reports, left-hand pitcher Brett Anderson has agreed to terms with the Chicago Cubs pending a physical.

Anderson, 28, struggled with back problems last season and was only able to make three starts and 1 relief appearance. Anderson has only pitched in 65 games in the last 5 years but managed a 10-9 record, 3.69 ERA in 31 starts for the Dodgers in 2015.

Reports are the deal is for $3.5 million with incentives that could up the deal to $10 million.

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