According to multiple sources, the Pittsburgh Pirates have agreed to a one-year deal with 33-year-old right-handed pitcher Trevor Cahill. The deal is worth $1.5 M, with a chance to earn $1 M more in incentives.
Trevor Cahill deal done with Pirates for $1.5M with $1M incentives. Guaranteed MLB deal.
— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) March 12, 2021
Cahill spent the 2020 season with the San Francisco Giants, where he had 3.24 ERA and a 4.19 FIP in 25 innings over six starts and five relief appearances. He had a 1.20 WHIP and a 31:14 SO/BB ratio. In 2019, he pitched for the Los Angeles Angels, where he put together a 5.98 ERA/6.13 FIP in 102.1 innings, with a 1.47 WHIP and an 81:39 SO/BB ratio. He made 11 starts and 26 relief appearances. Cahill has pitched 12 seasons in the majors, throwing 1,470.2 innings over 225 starts and 127 relief outings. He has a career 4.20 ERA/4.40 FIP/1/36 WHIP, averaging 6.8 strikeouts and 3.9 walks per nine innings.