The Arizona Diamondbacks roster overhaul has extended by bolstering their bullpen.
Arizona has agreed to a two-year deal with reliever Tyler Clippard.
Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports was first to announce the report. The club later confirmed the deal on their official Twitter account.
The D'backs and Clippard agreed to a two-year, $12.25 million contract.
Clippard, who turns 31 on Valentine's Day, spent the 2015 season with the Oakland A's and New York Mets. The A's traded Clippard to the Mets on July 27, 2015 for minor league pitcher Corey Meisner.
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Between the two teams, Clippard went 5-4 with a 2.92 ERA and recorded 19 saves. He also struck out 64 batters in 71 innings pitched.
Clippard went 1-3 with a 2.79 ERA and 17 saves for the A's before being traded away. With Sean Doolittle dealing with arm injuries, Clippard served as the team's primary closer.
Through his nine-year career, Clippard owns a 42-29 record with a 2.88 ERA and has recorded 53 saves.