After Opening Day, he said he would not talk about a contract extension. And the right fielder isn't alone.
The "disease" of the right-hander is to "not discuss his contract during the season, according to reports.
The 32-year-old Eovaldi is the ace of the Red Sox rotation. He was awarded for the 2021 season and is in the final year of a four-year, $68 million contract.
Eovaldi, who played for the Yankees in 2015 and 2016, isn't the only Boston man refusing to talk about a contract right now. Both shortstop and third baseman both indicated they during the season.
Bogaerts and Boston agreed to a six-year contract worth $120 million in the third year. This year, he can opt out, and after seeing fellow shortstops (), (), (, () and () have reached massive deals this offseason, and it's good to be aware that Bogaerts will put the game at risk before Opening Day. Bogaerts and Boston have agreed to a contract agreement, according to reports.
The winner of the Four-time Silver Slugger Award will be a three-time All-Star and a two-time World Series winner.
After the 2023 campaign, Devers is eligible for free agency and avoided arbitration this season by agreeing to a one-year $11.2 million contract. Some have speculated Devers would be similar to that of, who Boston terminated after failing to sign a long-term deal.
In 2021, the man set his career high with 38 home runs.
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