One of the top free-agent starting pitchers on the market is expected to sign a luxurious multi-year deal sometime this week.

Bob Nightengale reported Tuesday morning that ​Patrick Corbin will receive a six-year contract that is expected to be worth ​at least $125 million.

The three teams that are said to be ​finalists for Corbin's services include the New York Yankees, Philadelphia Phillies and the Washington Nationals.​​

The 29-year-old Corbin has already visited the Phillies and Yankees last week as both teams have made their interest in the left-handed pitcher clear. It should be noted that Corbin grew up a Yankee fan in Syracuse, NY, so we can only wonder if that's going to play a factor in his decision making process.

According to Mark Feinsand, the Yankees have already have a plan B if they're not able to land Corbin.

Whatever team eventually lands Corbin will be getting somebody that will drastically improve their rotation, so that's why it'll come at a big price.