Free agent pitcher Ted Power signed a one-year contract Friday to rejoin the Cincinnati Reds after a three-year absence. Terms of the contract were not disclosed.

The right-hander spent the 1990 season with the Pittsburgh Pirates, where he was 1-3 with a 3.66 ERA and seven saves in 40 regular season games, all in relief.Power began his career in the Los Angeles organization and pitched for the Dodgers in 1981-82. He spent the 1983-87 seasons with the Reds, during which he led the National League in games pitched in 1984 when he appeared in 78 games, and led the Reds' relief staff in 1985 with 27 saves.

Power has a 58-59 career record and 4.12 ERA with 48 saves in 387 games, including 85 starts.