Dodgers re-sign World Sequence-winning veteran to a multi-year contract

The Los Angeles Dodgers have been definitely disenchanted throughout this 12 months’s MLB playoffs, as they have been swept by the Arizona Diamondbacks within the NLDS after having a 100-win season for the third 12 months in a row, being one of many favorites to win the World Sequence but once more and failing to fulfill expectations.

Nonetheless, they nonetheless have a robust core that may make a deep run within the postseason for the next years, and with that in thoughts, they simply secured one among their remaining gamers who gained the franchise’s final World Sequence title again in 2020.

Muncy’s new contract with the Dodgers

The Dodgers introduced by means of their Twitter/X account that they simply renewed their slugger Max Muncy to a two-year contract for $24 million. The deal features a membership possibility for the 2026 season value $10 million.

Muncy is a part of the core of Dodgers gamers who gained the 2020 World Sequence and nonetheless have contracts by means of the 2024 season, alongside Mookie Betts, Chris Taylor, Blake Treinen, Joe Kelly, and Austin Barnes.

One of many final World Sequence champions

The infielder initially signed a minor league contract with the Dodgers for the 2017 season after being launched by the Oakland Athletics. He was referred to as up for the 2018 season, been with the franchise ever since.

He had one other first rate season posting a 2.6 rWAR, batting for .212/.333/.475 with 36 homers, 105 RBIs, and a 115 OPS+.

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