Jeff Passan ] Chief Lewis Severin and the Yankees of New York agreed on a four-year extension to the $ 40 million contract that bought his arbitrage years and includes a fifth year option to cover a free agency season.
24-year-old Severin, who has emerged as the yen's ace in the last two seasons, avoids going to an arbitration session on Friday. This was the fourth long-term deal signed by young players over the past three days.
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The deal, which may exceed $ 52.25 million for five years, includes an interesting twist. Money is burdened much more than usual as protection against potential stopping work, according to sources.
Severin will make $ 4 million with a signing bonus of $ 2 million in 2019, $ 10 million in 2020, $ 10.25 million in 2021, and $ 11 million. in 2022, the season after which this collective agreement expires. The club option of $ 15 million for 2023 includes $ 2.75 million.
If the Yankees take advantage of the option, Severin will reach the open market after the 2023 season at 29 years of age.  The Agreement with Severin
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Serie, equipped with one of the hardest fastballs from a starter in the big leagues, turned to all the stars by throwing at least 190 innings and two years. With its high impact and low walks and home runs, it is considered to be an ideal contemporary performance pitcher.
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Sources reported that Severin's deal was gathered as the parties are preparing for the last arbitration case year. While hoping to rebuild the market for players initially eligible to be marketed by Dontrelle Willis, the bait for a deal that guaranteed almost as much money as Nola as he gave up only one season of free agents attracted both. countries, sources said.