Free agent catcher Wilson Ramos and the Rays have agreed to a two-year deal, Joel Sherman of the New York Post tweets. He cautions, however, that the deal is pending a physical, which is no sure thing due to Ramos’ recent knee injuries. Ramos will receive a total of $12.5MM guaranteed, with the potential to make up to $18.25MM with incentives, FanRag’s Jon Heyman tweets. Jorge Castillo of the Washington Post had previously tweeted that Ramos and the Rays were meeting and that there was serious interest between the two sides.

The 29-year-old Ramos appeared set to land a huge free agent payday before suffering ACL and meniscus tears, his recovery from which appeared likely to cut into his 2017 campaign. He is now reportedly hopeful he can return to action in April or May.