The Milwaukee Brewers have reportedly added to their rotation, snapping up one of MLB's prized free agent pitchers.
Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports that the Brewers have agreed to terms with Matt Garza on a four-year, $52 million contract.
The deal is pending a physical.
Garza, 30, split 2013 between the Chicago Cubs and Texas Rangers. He posted a 10-6 record between the two clubs with a combined 3.82 earned-run average and 1.236 WHIP over 155.1 innings.
The eight-year MLB veteran has posted a 67-67 lifetime record over 194 starts with the Cubs, Rangers, Tampa Bay Rays and Minnesota Twins. His lifetime ERA is 3.84 with a WHIP of 1.283 and an average of 7.6 strikeouts-per-nine innings.
Garza made $10.25 million in 2013. He has a 2-1 career post-season record over five starts, all with the Rays.