MINNEAPOLIS — Byung Ho Park is making the move from South Korea to Minnesota to play for the Twins, and he’s bringing his big bat with him.

Park agreed Tuesday to a $12 million, four-year contract with the Twins, who are looking to add power to their lineup around promising youngster Miguel Sano and veterans Trevor Plouffe and Brian Dozier.

The 29-year-old will get $2.75 million in each of the next two seasons and $3 million each in 2018 and ’19. The Twins have a $6.5 million option for 2020 with a $500,000 buyout.

On Nov. 9, Minnesota won the right to negotiate with Park for 30 days by placing a high bid of $12.85 million after he was posted by the Nexen Heroes under Major League Baseball’s agreement with the Korea Baseball Organization.

Park hit .343 with 53 homers and 146 RBI this year. He has a .281 average and 210 homers and won two MVPs in parts of nine seasons in Korea.

INDIANS: The Indians signed free-agent reliever Joba Chamberlain to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.

Chamberlain spent last season with Detroit, Toronto and Kansas City.

DODGERS: Don Newcombe, baseball’s first player to win rookie of the year, MVP and the Cy Young Award, was resting comfortably at home after fainting at Dodger Stadium after welcoming Dave Roberts as the club’s first minority manager.

A team spokesman said Newcombe, 89, was “doing fine” and had returned home after being taken by ambulance to a hospital.

BRAVES: Reliever Jim Johnson is returning to Atlanta, agreeing to a $2.5 million, one-year contract.

Johnson saved nine games for the Braves before he was dealt to the Dodgers at the trade deadline. After posting a 2.25 ERA in 49 games with Atlanta, the right-hander was 0-3 with a 10.13 ERA in 23 games with the Dodgers.

DRUG TESTS: Two major leaguers had positive tests for banned stimulants and one for another banned substance, according to the annual report of the sport’s drug program administrator.

The players were not identified because of the penalty for first offenses for stimulants and the drug DHEA is six additional urine tests over the next year rather than a suspension.

Seven suspensions were issued for performance-enhancing drugs, all previously announced.

MARLINS: Outfielder Justin Maxwell agreed to a minor league contract.

Maxwell, 32, hit .209 with seven homers and 26 RBI this year in 249 at-bats with San Francisco.

TRADE: The Seattle Mariners and Baltimore were working to complete a trade that would send power hitter Mark Trumbo to the Orioles.

The Mariners would get catcher/first baseman Steve Clevenger. The teams were reviewing medical records before finalizing the deal.