The Washington Nationals agreed to terms Ming Wang on a one-year contract Thursday, according to a report in the Washington Post.

The deal is pending a physical and is worth $4 million plus performance bonuses.

Wang made 11 starts for Washington last year after missing the entire 2010 season due to foot and shoulder problems and had a 4-3 record with a 4.04 ERA.

The native of Taiwan had not pitched in the big leagues since July 4, 2009 while with the New York Yankees.

Over five seasons in the Bronx, Wang went 55-26 with a 4.16 earned-run average and had 1.34 walks/hits per inning pitched.

The right-hander recorded consecutive 19-win seasons in 2006-07. However, he made just 24 starts over the next two seasons because of injuries.