In the last hours it has been announced that Trevor Story will reject the qualifying offer that Colorado Rockies performed in his attempt to keep it for Season 2022 of MLB. This causes the shortstop to become free agent and will seek to sign a new negotiation with possibly another team.
Journalist Patrick Saunders reported earlier this day that Trevor Story will choose to decline the Colorado Rockies’ qualifying offer and will become part of this winter’s free agency market.
The shortstop would be considering that the $ 18.4 million and a one-year contract with the Denver team is not what he is looking for in his career, especially at a point that is one of the most sought-after items.
If Story decides not to re-sign with the Colorado Rockies, which is most likely, the organization would receive compensation in the next draft picks, depending on the amount he signs for.
Trevor Story has played all six of his MLB seasons to date with the Colorado Rockies. In the 2021 campaign he achieved a batting average of .251, with 132 hits and 24 home runs; having also worn the glove.
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MLB: Report Trevor Story Will Decline Rockies Qualified Offer; will be free agent