The Milwaukee Brewers have signed right-hander Josh Lindblom to a three-year, $9.125 million deal according to ESPN's Jeff Passan. 

Passan adds the deal includes a number of incentives that can make the deal go as high as $18 million. 

Lindblom, 32, hasn’t pitched in MLB since 2017 and spent last season in the Korean Baseball Organization.

In the KBO he led in several pitching categories, posting a 2.50 ERA and 189/29 K/BB ratio over 194 2/3 innings with the Doosan Bears.

Lindblom’s 2017 season with the Pittsburgh Pirates was a disappointing one where he had a 7.84 ERA over 10 1/3 innings.

He will look to bring that KBO success to North America with him this time around.