While they remain in contact with two-time World Series champion Justin Verlander, Miller serves as an extra depth piece.
On Twitter, MLB Network insider Jon Heyman revealed the financial terms of the deal.
Miller’s contract will earn him $1.5 million and will include $100K in incentives.
Shelby Miller Dodgers contract: $1.5M plus 100K incentives
— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) December 1, 2022
Dodgers Take A Chance On Miller
Miller, 32, was once a highly touted prospect within the St. Louis Cardinals organization.
He thrust his way into the Rookie of the Year conversation in 2013, winning 15 games and posting an ERA of 3.06.
He was traded to the Atlanta Braves after the 2014 season, where he would earn his first and only All-Star selection, all while ironically losing the most games of any starter in the National League due to a lack of run support.
The Arizona Diamondbacks acquired him a year later in the trade that brought Dansby Swanson back to Atlanta, who is now one of the top free agent shortstops.
Injuries soured his tenure in Arizona, and the right-hander has been fighting to regain his 2015 form ever since.
The 32-year-old appeared in four games this season with the San Francisco Giants, posting a 6.43 ERA and taking a loss in his only decision.