The Reds have agreed to a Minor League contract with utilityman Derek Dietrich, pending a physical, according to a report by MLB Network insider Ken Rosenthal on Monday.

The deal includes an invite to Major League Spring Training and would be worth at least $2 million if Dietrich is on the big league roster, Rosenthal tweeted. The club has not confirmed the deal.

The Reds have agreed to a Minor League contract with utilityman Derek Dietrich, pending a physical, according to a report by MLB Network insider Ken Rosenthal on Monday.

The deal includes an invite to Major League Spring Training and would be worth at least $2 million if Dietrich is on the big league roster, Rosenthal tweeted. The club has not confirmed the deal.

Dietrich, 29, was designated for assignment by the Marlins in November after spending six seasons with the team. He elected free agency after clearing waivers.

The veteran never found a stable position during his tenure in , splitting his time between first base, second base, third base and left field.

Dietrich has proven to be a slightly above-average hitter, recording a lifetime 109 OPS+. He hit a career-high 16 homers in 499 at-bats in 2018.