A home exchange business could not beat the extra year of security.
Proposed Freedom Handler Patrick Corbin agreed on a six-year agreement with the citizens on Tuesday after Yankees did not want to offer a sixth year according to several reports.
The postman Joel Sherman reported that the Yankees had been firmly on a five-year agreement for Corbin. The Syracuse Indian did not make it secret that he would have wanted to play for the Yankees, but instead chose the citizens, giving him $ 140 million over six years.
The Phillies were also seen as a serious challenger for Corbin, the 29-year-old left who wrote a 3.1
5 ERA last year with Diamondbacks.
While the top rotations are now stacking – Max Scherzer, Stephen Strasburg and Corbin-Yankees have to look elsewhere to further boost their start pitching, with JA Happ and Nathan Eovaldi as an alternative. They could also shop for Cleveland, for Corey Kluber or Carlos Carrasco.