The Dodgers signed former Braves pitcher Brandon Beachy, the team announced Saturday.
The team reported the terms of the deal as a one-year contract for $2.75 million, with a club option for 2016 that ranges from $3 million to $6 million, depending on how much he pitches in 2015.
Two interesting tidbits:
- Dodgers executive Pat Corrales watched him work out last month. Corrales is a former Braves coach and front-office member.
- The surgeon who performed the second of Beachy’s Tommy John surgeries, Dr. Neal ElAttrache, is the Dodgers’ team doctor.
Beachy had his second surgery 11 months ago, and the Dodgers expect him to return to competition around the All-Star break.