The Toronto Blue Jays reached an agreement with free agent George Springer on the terms of a six-year contract on Tuesday night.
According to MLB Network, the 31-year-old outdoor player has earned a total of 150 million dollars.
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Springer was considered the best man available in the free agent market this year.
Since playing in major league baseball, Springer had only worn the Houston Astros uniform.
Last season, he maintained a stroke average of .265 for 14 home runs and 32 RBIs.
Since the start of his career, Connecticut natives have received three invitations to the Major League All-Star Game and two Silver Sticks.
During the 2017 campaign, he won the World Series and claimed the title of MVP in the prestigious series.
In seven seasons, Springer maintained a stroke average of 0.270, sent the ball off the field 174 times and stole 48 goals.