The Arizona Diamondbacks have signed free-agent outfielder Kole Calhoun to a two-year deal worth million guaranteed and a million buyout for a third season, according to MLB Network’s Jon Morosi and New York Post’s Joel Sherman. Calhoun will earn million for the 2020 season and million for the 2021 season, Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic reports.
Calhoun, 32, finished the 2019 season with a .232/.325/.467 in 152 games for the Los Angeles Angels. CBS Sports ranked Calhoun No. 35 on our Top 50 Free Agent list. Here’s what we wrote about the left-hitting outfielder: 

Calhoun is coming off a 33-homer effort, but past performance is only a piece of the evaluative process. He struck out more for a third consecutive season, due in part to a career-worst contact rate — he whiffed on more than 32 percent of his swings. He did walk and bop more as well, meaning he’s shifting toward the so-called old-player skills. Defensively, Calhoun is more average than not — a description that applies to his entire game at this stage in his career. There’s some attrition risk here due to the swing-and-miss, but he’s probably good for at least one more two-win season as the heavy side of a platoon.

After spending his entire Major League career with the Angels — the club that drafted him in the eighth round in the 2010 MLB Draft — Calhoun declined to exercise his 2020 contract option.