Vicente Padilla officially signed a one-year, $5.025MM deal with the Dodgers today. He can earn another $1MM in innings incentives. MLB.com's Ken Gurnick first reported the agreement earlier today, with his colleague Jesse Sanchez as well as Dylan Hernandez of the L.A. Times tweeting the contract details.
Padilla, 32, posted a 5.9 K/9, 3.3 BB/9, and 4.46 ERA in 147.3 innings for the Rangers and Dodgers last year. The Dodgers added him as a free agent in August after the Rangers released him, and he tossed 56.6 solid innings for L.A. between the regular season and playoffs. Padilla's '09 injury ledger included forearm tightness, a strained shoulder, a bruised palm, swine flu, and a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Gurnick had previously named Joel Pineiro, Jon Garland, and Braden Looper as other Dodgers targets. Pineiro is off the board, while Garland and Looper will presumably have to look elsewhere.