FORT MYERS -- An industry source has confirmed to WEEI.com that the Red Sox have signed veteran right-hander Ross Ohlendorf to a minor-league contract. The deal calls for Ohlendorf to make $900,000 if he is added to the major league roster. The right-hander does have an option remaining, and he is not eligible for free agency (assuming he is added to the major league roster) until after the 2014 season.
Ohlendorf had an 8.15 ERA in eight appearances (all starts) with the Pirates in 2011 and was released by Pittsburgh after the season. The 29-year-old Ohlendorf, a Princeton graduate, had his best season with the Pirates in 2009, winning 11 games with a 3.92 ERA in 29 starts. (To see his complete career statistics, click here.) 
Peter Gammons was first to report  the deal between the Sox and Ohlendorf.