Jon Garland twice won 18 games in a season back in 2004 and 2005 when he was with the Chicago White Sox. That 2005 season also marked his lone visit to the All-Star Game and a World Series title.
In 2010 he won 14 games for the San Diego Padres and then signed on with the Los Angeles Dodgers last year. His season was cut short, though, by shoulder surgery and he finished with a disappointing 1-5 record with a 4.33 ERA.
Now he's looking to revive his career a bit and the word is that the 32-year-old is headed back to the division where he spent the first eight seasons of his career: the American League Central: The word is that he is working on a deal with the Cleveland Indians, according to Fox Sports.
The Indians, who 15 games behind the Detroit Tigers for second place in the A.L. Central last year, have already added Derek Lowe and Kevin Slowey this offseason.