7:30pm: Diamond Leung has the terms of the minor league deal. Ohman makes at least $1.35MM if he's on the team and he could add $200K to that total based on incentives. The Dodgers have the option of paying him $2MM next year or buying him out for $200K. Tony Jackson of the LA Daily News reports that the club option is for $2.2MM.
Ohman can also opt out of the deal if he's not called up by April 14th.
6:49pm: According to Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports it's a one year minor league deal. MLB.com's Ken Gurnick adds that there's an option for a second year. He doesn't say whether Ohman controls the option or the Dodgers do, but it's presumably under the team's control.
6:20pm: According to Bill Shaikin of the L.A. Times, the Dodgers agreed to terms with lefty reliever Will Ohman. Terms are not known yet, but Dylan Hernandez wrote this morning that the Dodgers offered around $1MM.
With the season starting in a week, hopefully Ohman will be ready. He worked out for the Dodgers yesterday and Joe Torre seemed unimpressed. Last year he did a nice job shutting down lefty hitters.