According to multiple reports, the Phillies have agreed to one-year deal (pending a physical) with a club option for 2014 with Chad Durbin.

Jerry Crasnick from ESPN.com is reporting that the deal is worth $1.1 million with $350,000 in incentives.

Durbin was a key figure during the Phillies' recent glory years. From 2008-2010 when the Phillies won a World Series, two pennant and three NL East crowns, the right-hander was 11-7 with a 3.62 ERA. In 226.0 IP (194 games), he struck out 188 and walked 109.

After a rough season with Cleveland in 2011, Durbin bounced back and pitched very well for Atlanta in 2012 when he was 4-1 with a 3.10 ERA. He made a career-high 76 appearances, striking out 49 and giving up 28 walks. He allowed just 52 hits.