MLB report: Chris Taylor to reject qualifying offer from Los Angeles Dodgers

On the afternoon of this Monday, November 15, it was announced that Chris Taylor to decline qualifying offer from Los Angeles Dodgers did a few days ago. In this way the utility man would be turning into free agent ahead of Season 2022 of MLB and I would look for another organization to sign with.

MLB Network journalist Jon Heyamn reported that Chris Taylor is expected to reject the qualifying offer in the next few hours, thus officially ending his current relationship with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

The outfielder and second baseman will then have chosen to become part of the free agency market and not accept the $ 18.4 million for one year that the so-called ‘qualifying offer’ consists of.

Chris Taylor came to the Los Angeles Dodgers during the 2016 MLB season, but his most recent contract was made a couple of seasons ago and they agreed to $ 13,400,000 for the two years.

The deadline for the Major League Baseball players to whom the qualifying offer was made to accept or reject it is next Wednesday, November 17.

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MLB report: Chris Taylor to reject qualifying offer from Los Angeles Dodgers