Reportedly agreed to terms with RHP Dan Haren on a one-year deal worth $10 million with a vesting option. [11/24]
Haren is the exception during an offseason in which seemingly every free agent is signing for more money than they would have a year ago. He was on the open market 12 months ago, and inked a one-year deal with the Nationals worth $13 million. A (mostly) disappointing season later, Haren is back and signing for less to head back west. The parentheses are required—and, as it turns out, are quite important—because the California native finished the season with a strong second half after coming off the disabled list with shoulder inflammation:
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