Walker, 28, is one of the top starting pitchers on the free agent market.
Last season, he posted a fWAR of 0.6, a K/9 of 8.44, and a BB/9 of 3.21. Walker only pitched in 53 innings, and went 4-3 over 11 starts with an ERA of 2.70. He had a 1.37 ERA in six starts down the stretch for the Blue Jays after being acquired from the Mariners.
For his career, Walker has posted a line of 35-34 and an ERA of 3.84. His best season came back in 2017 with the Diamondbacks when the righty posted a 2.5 fWAR through 28 starts.