MLB Rumors: Anthony Rendon Agrees To Seven-Year Deal With Angels

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December 11, 2019

The Major League Baseball offseason is really heating up.

Stephen Strasburg agreed to a seven-year deal with the Washington Nationals, while Gerrit Cole agreed to a record-breaking nine-year contract with the New York Yankees. And Wednesday was Anthony Rendon’s turn to cash in, but it won’t be with Strasburg in Washington.

According to MLB Network’s Jon Heyman, the coveted third baseman is off to the west coast as he and the Los Angeles Angels agreed to a seven-year, $245 million deal, the same offer Strasburg and the Nats agreed to.

Multiple other reports confirmed the deal, with MLB.com’s Mark Feinsand reporting Rendon also will have a full no-trade clause.

Rendon, 29, amassed a .319 average last season with a league-leading 126 RBIs for Washington.

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