Johnny Damon and Manny Ramirez, integral parts of the 2004 Boston Red Sox team that won the World Series, are reuniting in Tampa Bay after agreeing to one-year contracts Friday, according to Sports Illustrated's Jon Heyman. Coming off a season in which he batted .271 and drove in 51 runs for the Detroit Tigers, Damon's deal is said to be worth $5.25 million with a $750,000 attendance bonus. Ramirez, who split time between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago White Sox last season, will earn $2 million and bring some extra power to the defending AL Wild Card winners.

Both deals are pending physical examinations.