Dontrelle Willis is going to try to return to the majors leagues with the Milwaukee Brewers.
The team signed the left-handed pitcher on Wednesday to a minor league contract with an invitation to major league spring training.
Once known as the "D-Train," Willis won the National League rookie of the year award in 2003 while with the Marlins. He hopes to return to the majors for the first time since 2011, when he was 1-6 in 13 starts with the Cincinnati Reds.
Willis, who will be 34 in January, has bounced around since then on minor league deals. Brewers General Manager Doug Melvin said that a couple of scouts saw Willis and...