Center fielder Kevin Kiermaier and the Toronto Blue Jays agree to a deal

According to reports, veteran center fielder Kevin Kiermaier agreed to a deal with the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday.

Kiermaier, 32, a three-time Gold Glove winner for the Tampa Bay Rays, will join a new outfield that was formed after Teoscar Hernandez, a right fielder, was traded to the Seattle Mariners last month.

Utilized in multiple lineup positions, including the No. 9 opening where he was approached to go over the arrangement, Kiermaier headed into free office after Tampa Cove declined his $13 million choice.

He has had injuries throughout his career, and in August, he had surgery on his labrum. In restricted activity, Kiermaier hit .228 for the Beams last season, getting done with seven grand slams and 22 RBIs. He has hit.248 in his career, with 82 home runs and 316 RBIs. However, his speed will be a benefit on the bases and in the outfield, as he has stolen 112 bases in nine seasons.

With a 92-70 record, six games ahead of the Rays, the Blue Jays came in second place in the American League East. Toronto lost to the Mariners when it reached the postseason.

The Rays selected Kiermaier in the 31st round of the 2010 Major League Baseball draft. On September 30, 2013, he made his major league debut. A physical is required for his new deal.