The Cleveland Indians have agreed to terms with free agent right-hander Brett Myers on a one-year contract. Free-agent pitcher Brett Myers has reached agreement on a one-year contract with the Cleveland Indians pending a physical exam, a baseball source confirmed to ESPN.com. Myers joins third baseman Mark Reynolds and outfielder Nick Swisher as the third free agent to sign with the Indians this offseason. A first-round selection in the First-Year Player Draft by the Phillies in 1999, Myers pitched in Philadelphia for eight seasons. The Indians also acquired pitcher Trevor Bauer from Arizona and outfielder Drew Stubbs from Cincinnati in a three-way trade in December. Even after Cleveland acquired top prospect and right-hander Trevor Bauer in a three-team trade in December, Antonetti stressed that the Tribe needed more alternatives to the group of rotation options which include Justin Masterson, Ubaldo Jimenez, Zach McAllister, Carlos Carrasco and Corey Kluber.