Pollock will earn $55 million in the first four seasons of the contract, and the fifth-year player option is worth $10 million with a $5-million buyout, reports ESPN's Buster Olney. He can also apparently opt out after the third year if he reaches a set number of plate appearances.
He'll also receive a $12-million signing bonus, reports Bob Nightengale of USA TODAY Sports.
The Arizona Diamondbacks, Pollock's former team, will apparently receive a draft pick for losing him to the Dodgers.
Pollock is effective when he's on the field but hasn't played a full season since 2015 because of injuries. In 2018, he missed time with a left thumb fracture.
He hit .257/.316/.484 with 21 home runs, 65 RBIs, and 13 steals last season. Defensively, he was worth plus-6 DRS, according to Fangraphs, spending most of his time in center field.
Over his career, Pollock owns a .281/.338/.467 slash line with 74 homers, 264 RBIs, and 103 steals. He won a Gold Glove in 2015.