Toronto Blue Jays and first baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr. They agreed to the terms of a one-year deal worth $7.9 million, according to MLB Network’s Mark Finsand.
Both parties thus avoid wage arbitration.
Guerrero Jr. A great season last year hitting 0.311 with 48 home points and 111 RBIs in 161 games, the highest in any class.
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Playing Guerrero Jr. All three seasons of his career with the Blue Jays, he recorded a hit average of 0.29, 72 home runs and 213 RBI in 344 games.
The 6-foot-2 player was signed from the Dominican Republic by the Blue Jays in 2015.
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The Blue Jays’ biggest deal on Tuesday went to third base Matt Chapman, who put his name on the tail of a two-year, $25 million deal.
The Blue Jays acquired Chapman of the Oakland Athletics last week for four prospects.
The 28-year-old Chapman has won three Gold Gloves since the start of his career.
Other players who will accept new contracts are outside player Tuscar Hernandez ($10.65 million), player Cavan Biggio ($2.113 million), receiver Danny Janssen ($1.95 million), as well as bowlers Ross Streibling ($3.79 million), Adam Semper ($1.575). Million Dollars), Tim. Maisa ($1.25 million), Trevor Richards ($1 million), Trent Thornton ($850,000) and Ryan Borucki ($825,000).
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