Braves' Ozzie Albies: Agrees to extension
Joel Sherman of the New York Post reports Albies will make $35 million over seven years, beginning this season, with the Braves also securing a pair of $7 million team options on the end of the deal. The deal locks up another piece of Atlanta's young core and should keep Albies in what figures to be a strong lineup for years to come. Assuming the 22-year-old plays well enough for the Braves to pick up both options, he won't become a free agent until after the 2027 season.
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