The Seattle Mariners and slugger Julio Rodriguez are finalizing a long-term contract extension that ensures the rookie standout $210 million over 14 years and could possibly be value greater than $400 million, sources confirmed to ESPN on Friday.
The brand new contract contains participant and workforce choices, sources advised ESPN’s Jeff Passan.
Rodriguez, 21, has parlayed his breakout rookie season into a brand new deal, as he grew to become the primary rookie in Mariners historical past to document 20 house runs and 20 stolen bases in the identical season, reaching the milestone Wednesday when he hit a solo shot within the eighth inning in opposition to the Washington Nationals. He’s the fourth rookie in American League historical past to perform the feat since 2000, becoming a member of Mike Trout (2012), Andrew Benintendi (2017) and Randy Arozarena (2021).
MLB.com first reported on the general worth of the contract extension.
Rodriguez was the runner-up to Juan Soto on the Residence Run Derby this yr whereas making the AL All-Star workforce in his debut season. He’s hitting .269 with 64 RBIs and a .799 OPS in 108 video games for the Mariners, who presently maintain the third wild-card spot within the AL.