Various media reported that the Los Angeles Dodgers and Max Muncy have signed a new contract extension. The infielder has been one of the team’s main players in recent seasons of the MLB. With them he has managed to be named an All-Star twice and was part of the World Series title in 2020.
The journalist Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic, as well as Alden Gonzalez of ESPN reported on the afternoon of this Monday, August 22, that the Los Angeles Dodgers and infielder Max Muncy have agreed to a new contract extension.
The report says that under the previous extension the player signed with the Dodgers they had a club option for his services for 2023. Now these will become $13.5 million guaranteed with a club option for 2024 for $10 million and incentives.
Max Muncy has now spent five seasons as an infielder for the Los Angeles Dodgers. In them he has managed to be named All Star twice (2019 and 2021) and was part of the World Series title in 2020.
This year he has seen action in 99 games and has struggled relatively offensively as he has just .190 in batting percentage. However, he has hit 16 home runs and driven in 47 runs.
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Dodgers secure him and sign contract extension with 2-time All-Star infielder