Multiple media outlets are reporting, including The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal, that the Detroit Tigers have agreed to a on-year deal with second baseman Josh Harrison (pictured).

Harrison has spent his entire eight year career with the Pittsburgh Pirates.  He's hit .277 for his career, and is a two-time All-Star in the National League.  Josh hit .250 in 97 games with Bucs in 2018.

Terms of the deal have not been disclosed, and is pending a physical.  He joins former Pittsburgh Pirate Jordy Mercer in the Tiger infield, who signed with the team earlier this off-season.

The Tigers open Grapefruit League action on Friday.