The Los Angeles Dodgers have agreed to terms with pitcher, Ted Lilly. No details on the money amount of the contract but the length is believed to be a 3 year deal. Lilly would have became a free agent after the World Series but decided to remain with the team.
Lilly won his first 5 starts with the Dodgers after he was traded on July 31 for Blake Dewitt and two minor leaguers. He finished the year 7-4 with an ERA of 3.52 in 12 starts.
Dodgers are trying to re-sign Vicente Padilla and Hiroki Kuroda. But there are rumors that Kuroda might want to return to Japan. Dodgers still need to find that #1 pitcher to add with Kershaw, Billingsley, and Lilly.