LOS ANGELES (AP) -Chan Ho Park, a mainstay in the Los Angeles Dodgers' rotation from 1997 to 2001, is expected to sign a minor league contract with the team.
``The deal is not done, but it's expected in the next few days,'' Dodgers spokesman Josh Rawitch said Thursday.
The 34-year-old Park, plagued by injuries in recent years, gave up seven runs in four innings with the New York Mets in his only major league appearance last season. They cut him in June and he finished the season in the Houston Astros' minor league system.
Park's best year was 2000, when he went 18-10 with a 3.27 ERA for the Dodgers. He has a 113-88 record in 13 major league seasons.
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