The Red Sox agree with Trevor’s story On a six-year contract worth $140 million. After the fourth year, 2025, Story can opt out of the final two years of the deal. However, Boston can reverse this withdrawal by choosing the seventh-year option for $25 million, or paying $5 million. If they were to exercise that option, that would add $20 million to the deal, effectively making it a seven-year arrangement worth $160 million. Story will have no protection without a trade as part of the contract. Story is a client of Excel Sports Management.
The story will take over in the second base with Xander Bogarts Stay as a team palace, per Jim Bowden from The Athletic. Red Sox manager Alex Korra confirmed that plan, According to ESPN’s Marley Rivera.
It’s been a fairly uneventful season for the Red Sox up until this point, with the club focusing mostly on their staff, adding veterans like Rich HillAnd the Michael Washa And the Jake Dickman. On the center player side of things, they’ve only really put up since the off-season, serving Renfro hunter To the beer makers Jackie Bradley Jr. and prospects. The story, however, they certainly added massive impact to the bat lineup.
after leaving Troy TolitskyStorey took the short day job in Colorado and ran with her. Over the past six seasons, he’s played 745 games and hit 158 home runs, posting a total of .272/.340/.523, for a WRC+ of 112. He also stole 100 bases and made an excellent defense, earning 21.6 fWAR in this time .
In addition to helping the Red Sox this year, adding Story makes sense from a long-term standpoint. Xander Bogaerts could cancel the remainder of his contract at the end of this season, when he has three years and $60 million left, something he looks likely to do. If that happens, they could already have an alternative on the list. As mentioned above, the plan for this season is to keep the Bogarts short and make the Story play second, animated. Enrique Hernandez To regular duty abroad. He missed the story some of last year’s season due to an elbow injury, and Some Scouts have expressed this belief It’s better to take advantage of him in second base because of his arm injury. Boston will now have at least a year to see if Storey’s arm can bounce back in any way before deciding how to move forward beyond 2022.
Although the writing has seemed to be on the wall for some time now, this officially ends the Trevor Story era in Colorado. very much like Nolan Arenado Before him, there seemed to be a rift between the club and its iconic player. Last year, when Story was heading into free agency and the club was not in dispute, he looked like an obvious candidate to be traded to a rival. However, the deadline came and went without a deal coming to fruition, which left Story Confused. “I don’t really have anything good to say about the situation and how it happened,” Storey said in the immediate aftermath of the deadline. During the holiday period, there was no belief that a reunion was in the cards. The club appears to have offered him more than $140 million from the Red Sox, with Storey favoring his chances of competing in Boston, According to MLB’s John Heyman. Between Story and Tulowitzki, the Shortstop position in Colorado has been talked about since 2006. Currently, it appears that Jose Iglesias He will take charge, having signed with the club a week ago. Since the club made a qualifying bid that Storey rejected, they would receive a compensatory draft after the first round. The Red Sox lost their second highest pick and the international signing bonus pool would be reduced by $500,000.
This deal also concludes with the book for this year’s Mega Agent Category for free, which included a story, Carlos CorreaAnd the Cory SeegerAnd the Javier Baez And the Marcus Simin. Going into the off-season, many would have expected the Yankees to be standout players in this market, given their penchant for high-ranking jobs and a distinct need for the position that has been evident ever since. Jaleber Torres It was moved to second base last year. But Reports appeared in November They were thinking of giving up the short, content bids for a temporary solution while they wait for either of them Oswald Peraza or Anthony Volpi To graduate potential clients into a great association. That seems to be the case now, with the club getting their first short glove Isaiah Keener Valiva To control the center, while all five major stops landed with abrupt suitors. The rebuilt Rangers captured Seeger and Simin, while another rebuilding team, the Tigers, captured Bayes. Correa shockingly stayed in the market before settling on a short-term deal with the Twins, a team not known for reeling in the best fish in free agency. The story has now come off the board, landing a team that doesn’t have an obvious fit for the position.
Since Chaim Bloom left Rays’ small market and took over as Boston’s chief baseball officer after the 2019 season, the club has been undergoing a near-rebuild. It’s been a few months since his tenure has been traded Mocky Pets And the David Price To the Dodgers as part of a pay-stripping operation, despite winning the world championship in 2018. In the wake of that trade, the club went 24-36 in the pandemic’s shortened season, slipping under the lowly Orioles and into last place in the East. After some modest additions to the club, many went into 2021 expecting that they would not be able to compete in such a strong division. However, they rose to a 92-win season, outsmarting the Blue Jays on a wild card berth, making them all the way to the ALCS before falling to the Astros. In the wake of that surprise campaign, it has seemed over the past few months that the club may once again opt for only modest promotions. Instead, Fenway Faithful is enjoying the big bribe they so desperately hoped, easily the biggest since Bloom took the reins, with the East becoming a four-headed monster once again.
Bob Nightingale of USA Today first mentioned that Boston and Story are in agreement, along with a $140 million guarantee. (Twitter links) Ken Rosenthal from The Athletic He was the first to report a six-year period. The fact that there is an unusual cancellation was first conveyed by MLB’s John Heyman. The option to opt out in the fourth year was carried over with the seventh-year option structure for the first time before Joel Sherman from The New York Post. The acquisition of $5 million and salary of $25 million for the last year was carried over for the first time by Heyman. The lack of a no-trade clause was reported for the first time by Sherman.