The Toronto Blue Jays have agreed to sign reliever Seung-hwan Oh to a one-year contract that would guarantee him $2 million, an industry source told Sportsnet. The deal, which is pending a physical, would include a 2019 vesting option.

Robert Murray of FanRag Sports first reported the agreement Sunday. If completed, the deal would fortify the Blue Jays’ bullpen with an experienced right-hander who could help bridge the gap to Roberto Osuna.

As recently as February 6, Oh appeared to have an agreement with the Texas Rangers on a one-year, $2.75 million deal. But by February 17, a physical issue had reportedly derailed the deal with the 35-year-old Korean who’s nicknamed the Final Boss.