Welcome to the North Side, Yu Darvish.

The Chicago Cubs made things official Tuesday, announcing the signing of the All-Star right-hander to a six-year contract.

The #Cubs and RHP Yu Darvish have agreed to terms on a six-year contract through the 2023 season.

ダルビッシュ有投手とカブスが2023年までの6年契約を結びました。 ようこそ、@faridyu! pic.twitter.com/2dNgheAbx8— Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) February 13, 2018

Darvish arrived at Cubs camp in Mesa, Ariz., on Tuesday. He'll be introduced at a press conference scheduled for 1 p.m. CT, according to Rick Morrissey of the Chicago Sun-Times.

Yu Darvish has arrived at Cubs camp. And, yes, I feel ridiculous. pic.twitter.com/CZdv1ftQ6J— Ryan Fagan (@ryanfagan) February 13, 2018

The deal is reportedly worth $126 million in total value. It also contains an opt-out clause after the 2019 season, and escalator clauses based on winning the Cy Young Award.

yu darvish: 25M in 2018, 20M in 2019, 22M in 2020, 22M in 2021, 19M in 2022, 18M in 2023. salary in 2019-2023 increases by 2M for cy young, by 1M for 2nd-5th. may void after 2019. interpreter included (tho he does well with @faridyu account imo) #cubs— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) February 13, 2018

Darvish also received a full no-trade clause for the first part of the contract, and a 12-team no-trade list for the remainder, Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports reported on Sunday.

The 31-year-old split last season between the Texas Rangers and Los Angeles Dodgers.

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