Trevor Bauer Signs With Dodgers, Allegedly for a deal to set records

Helen Dunmore
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Bauer Signs With Dodgers, Reportedly for Record-Setting Contrac
Bauer Signs With Dodgers, Reportedly for Record-Setting Contract

Trevor Bauer, the Cy Young Award winner of the 2020 National League, has decided to join the Los Angeles Dodgers, with the California native announcing Friday his move in a YouTube video.

Finally, the Trevor Bauer sweepstakes have come to an end, with the Dodgers outbidding the Mets for the 30-year-old right-services. hander’s

According to Mark Feinsand of MLB.com, Los Angeles has officially signed Bauer to a three-year, $102 million contract, including out-outs after the first two seasons. This season, he will receive $40 million and $45 million in 2022, both of which will far surpass the MLB annual value mark set by Yankees starter Gerrit Cole, Bauer’s former UCLA teammate.

However, Jeff Passan of ESPN reported that the Mets offered a higher overall value compared to the Dodgers.

Jon Heyman of the MLB Network was the first to break the signing news, while Bauer himself announced it in a YouTube video announcement on Twitter moments later.

Bauer Signs With Dodgers, Reportedly for Record-Setting Contrac
Bauer Signs With Dodgers, Reportedly for Record-Setting Contract

Bauer said in the video, “Last season doesn’t matter anymore.” In April, what counts is this band, this group of players, this group of fans, this name across our chests. This season is about making sure that as we want to be remembered, history remembers us. This season is about contributing to the legacy that we have.

Jon Heyman of the MLB Network was the first to break the signing news, while Bauer himself announced it in a YouTube video announcement on Twitter moments later.

Bauer said in the video, “Last season doesn’t matter anymore.” In April, what counts is this band, this group of players, this group of fans, this name across our chests. This season is about making sure that as we want to be remembered, history remembers us. This season is about contributing to the legacy that we have.

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