The Phillies have offered free agent pitcher Kevin Millwood a three-year deal with a vesting option, ESPN.com's Jayson Stark reports.
It is believed the offer is between $9 million and $10 million a year. However, Millwood's agent, Scott Boras, has been telling teams they're looking for $13 million per year over 5-7 years. Boras has yet to respond to Philadelphia's offer.
Expected to be the team's ace in 2003, Millwood went 7-2 in the first two months of the season. But he fell off down the stretch, going 4-6 after the All-Star break.