Boston SIGNED the World Series Champion for 7 million – SwingCompleto
By AM González
The MLB offseason, far from being a period of rest, has been an exciting period of agreements, contracts, exchanges and millionaire signings that has kept us up to date with everything that is happening in the Big Top, already ahead of the sprint training for all franchises.
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Even today, January 18, the activity continues and the hiring of a new center fielder by the Boston Red Sox has been announced. The new Red Sox out fielder received an offer of seven million dollars, but he can earn even up to 3 million more in performance bonuses, all this just for the upcoming Major League season.
The athlete in question is Adam Duvall, who made his MLB debut in the 2014 season with the San Francisco Giants and has remained playing in the best baseball in the world ever since. The Louisville, Kentucky native has a career .230/.289/.754 (AVE, OBP, OPS) career line, shooting a total of 637 hits and 163 home runs.
The official signing of the contract is pending until the results of the physical examination are known, as indicated by Mark Feinsand on his official Twitter account, although with a contract of only one year we must be in the presence of an agreement that should not be reversed.