LOS ANGELES, Oct. 17 (UPI) -- The Los Angeles Dodgers and starting left-handed pitcher Ted Lilly have come to terms on a three-year contract, MLB.com reported Sunday.
The Web site, citing "a baseball source," said the deal is contingent on Lilly passing a physical exam.
Lilly, 34, was obtained by the Dodgers from the Chicago Cubs at the trade deadline in a deal that sent him and Ryan Theriot to Los Angeles in exchange for Blake DeWitt and a pair of minor league pitchers.
Lilly, who coped with the lowest run support in all of Major League Baseball, went 7-4 with a 3.52 ERA in 12 starts for the Dodgers and was 10-12 with a 3.62 ERA overall for the two clubs.
The lefty was eligible for free agency after coming off a four-year, $40 million contract.
Dodgers General Manager Ned Colletti had told MLB.com that re-signing Lilly, catcher Rod Barajas and outfielder Jay Gibbons were among his off-season priorities.