The first major free agent of the MLB Hot Stove season is off the board.
29-year-old right-handed pitcher Jordan Zimmermann has reportedly agreed to a deal with the Detroit Tigers.
The news of the deal was first reported by CBS Sports.
The deal is reportedly worth $110 million over five-years, according to Fox Sports.
In seven seasons with the Washington Nationals, Zimmermann started 178 games and compiled a 3.32 ERA with 903 strikeouts in 1,094 innings pitched.
Zimmermann joins a rotation in Detroit that features Justin Verlander, Anibal Sanchez, Daniel Norris, Matt Boyd and Shane Green.
The Nationals will receive a compensation pick after Zimmermann turned down a qualifying offer from the team.
zimmermann and tigers have reached a deal— Jon Heyman (@JonHeymanCBS) November 29, 2015