While Bryce Harper and Manny Machado have occupied most of the MLB free agency headlines, the Los Angeles Dodgers appear to be working quickly to secure another All-Star free agent.
According to Ken Rosenthal of MLB on FOX, the Dodgers have reached an agreement with to sign former Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder A.J. Pollock.
The 31-year-old Pollock is coming off his seventh season in Arizona, during which he set a career-high with 21 home runs.
Pollock earned All-Star honors in 2015 and finished 15th in MVP voting. He finished that season with 192 hits, 39 doubles, 20 home runs, a .315 batting average, and a .367 on-base percentage.
ESPN MLB insider Jeff Passan has indicated that the two sides were discussing a five-year deal worth $60 million or more, though it remains to be seen if those were the terms.
Pollock does come with some injury risk though.
In 2016, a fractured elbow allowed him to play just 12 games. The following season, he missed another two months with a groin injury.
While Pollock certainly offers the Dodgers a strong bat with a good batting average, his signing could all but end the team's big spending in free agency this off-season.
According to ESPN, the Pollock signing will put the Dodgers at the edge of the luxury tax threshold.