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Rays in Agreement With Veteran Infielder

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Infielder Amed Rosario and the Tampa Bay Rays are in agreement on a one-year, $1.5 million contract, per Jeff Passan of ESPN. Rosario, 28, will bring a strong bat against left-handed pitching and should get at-bats at shortstop, second base and potentially corner-outfield spots.


Rosario is entering his eighth season in the big leagues. Rosario was a highly touted prospect in the Mets system before being traded away to Cleveland in the Francisco Lindor deal.


Since the deal, Rosario slashed .278/.314/.397 in his three years in Cleveland, a better clip then his previous four years in New York (NL). Rosario was traded to the Dodgers at the 2023 deadline, where he finished off the year with a .256 average and 3 home runs.


Heading to Tampa Bay, Rosario will undoubtedly have his chance to get consistent playing time. Tampa Bay is also known for getting every last ounce of good ball out of any veteran, and youngsters.


With Rosario entering his age 28 season, Tampa Bay might just be the place for him to get his career back on track. Although just a one-year deal, expect Rosario to be a big time contributor for the Rays.

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