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Sports Max Muncy, Dodgers agree to $26 million, 3-year contract

12:53  07 february  2020
12:53  07 february  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Muncy and the Dodgers agreed to a $ 26 million , three - year contract Thursday, Feb. His option price can escalate based on his finish in MVP voting in the next three years : million for each finish among the top five, 0,000 for sixth through 10th and 0,000 for 11th through 20th, provided he

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Infielder Max Muncy and the Los Angeles Dodgers agreed to a $ 26 million , three - year contract Thursday and avoided salary arbitration. Muncy gets a .5 million signing bonus and salaries of million this year, .5 million in 2021 ad .5 million 2022. The Dodgers have a

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LOS ANGELES — Infielder Max Muncy and the Los Angeles Dodgers agreed to a $26 million, three-year contract Thursday and avoided salary arbitration.

Muncy gets a $4.5 million signing bonus, payable within 30 days of the deal's approval by Major League Baseball, and salaries of $1 million this year, $7.5 million in 2021 and $11.5 million in 2022. The Dodgers have a $13 million option for 2023, when he could be eligible for free agency, with a $1.5 million buyout.

His option price can escalate based on his finish in MVP voting in the next three years: $1 million for each finish among the top five, $500,000 for sixth through 10th and $250,000 for 11th through 20th, provided he receives more than one vote.

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Infielder Max Muncy and the Los Angeles Dodgers agreed to a $ 26 million , three - year contract Thursday and avoided salary arbitration. Muncy hit 35 home runs last season despite missing a lot of time in September because of a broken wrist. The 29-year-old's offense has made him a mainstay in

Thursday, February 6, 2020 Report: Dodgers , Muncy agree to 3 - year , M extension | Small Life The Los Angeles Dodgers and infielder Max Muncy are in agreement on a three - year , $ 26 - million contract extension, according to sources.

Muncy hit 35 home runs last season despite missing a lot of time in September because of a broken wrist. The 29-year-old's offence has made him a mainstay in the lineup, and he can also play a variety of positions.

He made $575,000 last year and had been eligible for arbitration for the first time. He had asked for $4,675,000 and had been offered $4 million.

Outfielder Joc Pederson, who may soon be traded to the Los Angeles Angels, asked Elizabeth Neumeier, Walt De Treux and Howard Edelman for a raise from $5 million to $9.5 million during a hearing Thursday. The Dodgers argued for $7.75 million in their first hearing since defeating reliever Joe Beimel in 2007.

Pederson hit a career-high 36 home runs last season and improved defensively. The 27-year-old left-handed hitter hit all of his homers against right-handed pitchers.

Two other Dodgers remain on track for hearings: outfielder Chris Taylor ($5.8 million vs. $5.25 million) and reliever Pedro Báez ($4 million versus $3.5 million).

Five Dodgers eligible for arbitration had reached agreements on one-year deals on Jan. 10: NL MVP Cody Bellinger ($11.5 million), shortstop Corey Seager ($7.6 million), right-hander Ross Stripling ($1.5 million signing bonus that was payable Jan. 17, plus a $600,000 salary), left-hander Julio Urías ($1 million) and infielder-outfielder Enrique Hernández ($5.9 million).

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Dodgers pay Maeda $1M trade bonus as part of trade to Twins .
NEW YORK — The Los Angeles Dodgers agreed to pay Kenta Maeda's $1 million assignment bonus as part of their trade of the pitcher to the Minnesota Twins. Los Angeles also agreed to pay the Twins $3 million to cover part of Maeda's salary and reimburse Minnesota for up to $7 million of his earned bonuses, according to information obtained by The Associated Press. Meada's maximum cost to the Twins would be $3,713,500 this year if he earns $13.15 million, his total if he reaches all his roster and performance and bonus levels. His maximum to Minnesota would be $12,586,500 in 2021 and $13.15 million in both 2022 and '23, a total exposure to the Twins of $42.6 million.

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