By signing both Moyer and Park, the Phillies have likely completed their shopping for starting pitching this off-season. Moyer will stay in the rotation and Park will battle with Kyle Kendrick, J.A. Happ and possibly, Carlos Carrasco for the fifth spot in the rotation.
Terms of Moyer's deal weren't announced, but he had been seeking a two-year, $18 million deal. The Phillies had offered two years and $15 million on Friday and it's likely that the terms are somewhere near that range.
Moyer led the Phillies with 16 wins last season and posted a 3.71 ERA in 33 starts for the club. Moyer has started 30 or more games in each of the last eight seasons and has collected 246 career wins.