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Dodgers Reach Extension With Longtime Infielder

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The Los Angeles Dodgers have reportedly agreed to a two-year extension with longtime infielder, Max Muncy. The deal is worth $24 million with the third year being a club option worth $10 million. Muncy has spent the last six years with Los Angeles after his first two years in the league being with the Oakland Athletics.

Muncy has never really wowed with batting average, but the amount of power he possesses is astronomical. Muncy has blasted a total of 180 home runs in his eight years in the league, with 175 of them coming in his six years with Los Angeles. With Muncy's versitility, his services mean a lot to this Dodger club. Being able to pencil him in at 1B, 2B, or 3B on any given night, while getting 35-40 home runs a year is quite the talent.

Max Muncy and the Dodgers seem to be the perfect fit. Last season, Muncy slashed .212/.333/.475 with 36 home runs and 105 RBI. Muncy played 135 games last season with Los Angeles and will head into 2024 with a purpose. After the extension, Muncy will now look forward to his 2024 spring training and start the season on the right foot.

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