Report: Angels agree to 1-year, $11M deal with Harvey
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The Los Angeles Angels have agreed to a contract with free-agent right-hander Matt Harvey, a source told Mark Feinsand of MLB.com.

It's a one-year deal, according to Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports. Harvey will earn a base salary of $11 million with another $3 million in incentives structured around how many games he starts, Jon Heyman of Fancred Sports reports.

Completion of the contract is pending a physical, according to Passan.

Harvey, a former All-Star with the New York Mets, split last season between the Mets and Cincinnati Reds. The 29-year-old struggled with New York on and off the field but found a bit of his old form at times following the trade, putting up a 4.50 ERA, 4.33 FIP, 1.25 WHIP, and 111 strikeouts across 24 starts in Cincinnati.

Over six seasons in the majors, Harvey owns a 41-44 record with a 3.80 ERA (102 ERA+), 3.58 FIP, 1.20 WHIP, and 723 strikeouts to 203 walks. Despite two All-Star caliber seasons with the Mets and a fourth-place finish in Cy Young voting in 2013, Harvey's once-promising career has been derailed in part by a slew of injuries, including Tommy John surgery and a battle with thoracic outlet syndrome.

The Connecticut native was originally drafted by the Angels as their third-round selection in 2007, but Harvey spurned their offer at the time in order to attend North Carolina.

The Oakland Athletics were also reported to have interest in Harvey this winter.

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