The deal is pending a physical, per Rosenthal, and includes incentives.
Granderson was acquired by the Dodgers from the Mets on Aug. 18 to add left-handed power against right-handed pitchers, but it just didn’t work out. He hit four home runs in his first 10 games with Los Angeles, but ended up hitting only .161/.288/.366 in 36 games with the Dodgers.
He turns 37 in March.
Combining his time with the Mets Granderson hit .212/.323/.452 with 26 home runs and 71 walks in 147 games in 2017, including .214/.337/.470 against right-handed pitching. Granderson in 14 MLB seasons with the Tigers, Yankees, Mets and Dodgers has hit .252/.339/.472 with 319 home runs.