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Dan Haren to the Los Angeles Dodgers: 1 year, $10 million

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Ken Rosenthal reports that Dan Haren has agreed to a one year deal with the Los Angeles Dodgers

Mike Ehrmann

Dan Haren has agreed to a one year deal with the Los Angeles Dodgers for $10 million, plus a vesting option for 2015 that kicks in if he reaches 180 innings, according to Ken Rosenthal on Twitter.

Haren, 33, had a 4.67 ERA and a 4.09 FIP last season with the Washington Nationals in 2012.

Haren was part of three pretty huge trades earlier in his career.  A 2001 2nd round draft pick of the St. Louis Cardinals, Haren was shipped prior to the 2005 season to Oakland, along with Daric Barton and Kiko Calero, for Mark Mulder.  Two years and 361 days later, Haren was sent to Arizona along with Connor Robertson for Carlos Gonzalez, Greg Smith, Chris Carter, Brett Anderson, Aaron Cunningham and Dana Eveland.  Arizona then sent him to Anaheim in July, 2010, for Tyler Skaggs, Patrick Corbin, Joe Saunders, and Rafael Rodriguez.

Anaheim declined their 2013 option on Haren after a disappointing 2012 campaign, and he went to Washington on a one year deal to try to rebuild his value.

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