The New York Yankees are reportedly about to sign former All-Star closer Trevor Rosenthal.

The deal is said to be a minor league contract.

The Detroit Tigers designated for assignment Rosenthal two weeks ago and elected to become a free agent on August 11. In 10 appearances for the Tigers of the motor city he had an ERA of 7.00.

Rosenthal, 29, began the 2019 campaign with the Washington Nationals where he had a 22.74 ERA in 12 appearances, including 15 walks over six and a third innings.

The right-hander is still lighting up the radar gun, averaging 98 mph on his fastball this season, but has not been able to locate the strike zone. If you combine his totals with the Tigers and Nationals, he has walked 15.3 hitters per nine innings this year.

Rosenthal was a dominant reliver for the St. Louis Cardinals before he underwent Tommy John surgery in 2017. With the Cards he saved 121 games, including 48 during the 2015 season.

Signing Rosenthal isn’t the only move the Yankees have made as of late. They also recently claimed relievers Ryan Dull and David Hernandez off waivers.