The Yankees are taking a flier on Corey Kluber.
The two-time AL Cy Young Award winner agreed on an $11 million deal that brings him to The Bronx, The Post’s Joel Sherman confirmed on Friday, pending a physical.
Kluber held a showcase on Wednesday after two injury-filled seasons placed question marks around him. The workout, held in a Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. facility, was run by Yankees director of health and performance, Eric Cressey.
Sources told The Post that Kluber threw 89-91 mph while throwing 30 pitches in front of roughly 25 teams, including the Mets.
The 34-year-old righty made eight starts over the past two seasons, losing most of 2019 — his final season with the Indians — to a fractured right arm, and being done in by shoulder issues after one inning with the Rangers.
Kluber worked with both Cressey and Yankees pitching coach Matt Blake in Cleveland. He’ll challenge for a spot in a rotation that features ace Garret Cole and several question marks.