The Los Angeles Dodgers have agreed on an one-year deal with former Cleveland Indians closer Chris Perez, Fox Sports reported Monday.

The 28-year-old righthander was released by the Tribe back in October following a rocky season in Cleveland.

Perez, a two-time All-Star with the Tribe, went 11-17 with a 3.33 ERA and 124 saves from 2009 through 2013 in Cleveland. He ranks third all-time in saves with the Tribe behind Bob Wickman (139) and Doug Jones (129).

In June, Perez and his wife were arrested by drug agents after a package containing a small amount of marijuana was delivered to their house. He also spent time on the disabled list with a sore right shoulder.

Before becoming silent in June following his arrest, Perez was not afraid to speak his mind about management and the fans.

Perez joins a crowded bullpen in Los Angeles. The Dodgers already had re-signed Brian Wilson and J.P. Howell to go along with closer Kenley Jansen