Right-hander Kyle Gibson agreed to terms on a one-year contract with the St. Louis Cardinals, multiple outlets reported Tuesday.
Per the New York Post, the deal is for $12 million.
The move comes one day after the Cardinals reportedly welcomed back Lance Lynn on a one-year contract. The 36-year-old right-hander helped the team win the 2011 World Series.
Gibson, 36, recorded a career-high in wins last season, posting a 15-9 mark with a 4.73 ERA in 33 appearances (all starts) in his lone season with the Baltimore Orioles. He struck out 157 batters over 192.0 innings.
Gibson owns a 104-100 record with a 4.54 ERA in 300 career appearances (294 starts) with the Minnesota Twins (2013-19), Texas Rangers (2020-21), Philadelphia Phillies (2021-22) and Orioles.
Gibson played collegiately at Missouri in Columbia, which is approximately 125 miles from Busch Stadium.
–Field Level Media
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