Reports: Dodgers, Howie Kendrick agree to 2-year, $20M contract
Fox's Ken Rosenthal reports that the deal is pending a physical.
Sources tell Fox's Ken Rosenthal that the Dodgers and second baseman Howie Kendrick have agreed to a two-year contract, pending the results of a physical. Jon Heyman adds that the deal will pay Kendrick $20 million over those two seasons.
Kendrick, 32, is coming off a 2015 season for the Dodgers in which he batted .295/.336/.409 (107 OPS+) with nine home runs and 22 doubles in 117 games. For his career, Kendrick owns an OPS+ of 108 across parts of 10 big-league seasons. He's spent almost 9,500 defensive innings at second base. This past season, he spent more than a month on the DL with a hamstring strain.
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