Lefty J.P. Howell is reportedly inking a new 2-year deal to stay with the Dodgers.
According to numerous online reports, the Los Angeles Dodgers and free-agent reliever J.P. Howell are closing in on a contract agreement for two years.
It’ll also include a vesting option, according to reports.
Howell would be guaranteed $11.25 million for 2 years, with a $6.25 million salary in 2016 if he makes 120 appearances the first two seasons.
Last year, Howell went 4-1 with a career-best 2.03 ERA
Howell rejoins closer Kenley Jansen, setup man Brian Wilson, and middle relievers Rodriguez, Brandon League and Chris Withrow.