Los Angeles Angels have completed a deal with Mark Mulder on a minor league contract, reports cbssports.
The deal, which will allow Mulder to participate in the team's big league spring training camp, could rise to as much as $6 million if the pitcher achieves his incentives and award bonuses throughout his contract.
Having previously starred for the Oakland Athletics and St. Louis Cardinals, the 36-year-old is 103-60 over nine seasons and has a 4.18 ERA.
However, he hasn't been able to pitch since 2008 because of shoulder problems and he will now be hoping for a fresh start at the Angels.
He will now be hoping to play a key role for the Angels as he looks for a place in the starting rotation.
However he will have to compete with the likes of Jered Weaver and C.J. Wilson who are both at the top of rotation.