Report: Anthony Rendon Agrees to Seven-Year, +ACQ-245 Million Deal with Angels

+ADw-p class+AD0AIg-subtitle+ACIAPg-Anthony Rendon led MLB in doubles and RBI in 2019.+ADw-/p+AD4APAAh— tml-version+AD0AIg-2+ACI –+AD4APA-figure+AD4APA-img src+AD0AIg- height+AD0AIg-349+ACI width+AD0AIg-620+ACIAPgA8-/figure+AD4APA-p+AD4-Free agent Anthony Rendon has agreed to a seven-year, +ACQ-245 million deal with the Los Angeles Angels, MLB Network’s Jon Heyman +ADw-a href+AD0AIg- contract includes no opt outs, and there is no money deferred in the deal, per the New York Post’s +ADw-a href+AD0AIg- Sherman+ADw-/a+AD4.’s +ADw-a href+AD0AIg- Feinsand reports+ADw-/a+AD4 that Rendon’s contract includes a full no-trade clause.+ADw-/p+AD4APA-p+AD4-Rendon’s +ACQ-35 million annual average value will be second in the league for a position player behind new teammate Mike Trout, who stands at roughly +ACQ-36 million AAV.+ACY-nbsp+ADsAPA-/p+AD4APA-p+AD4-The two-time Silver Slugger joins the Angels after winning the World Series with the Washington Nationals in October. On the way to his first championship,+ACY-nbsp+ADs-Rendon finished third in the NL MVP race and led MLB in doubles (44) and RBI (126), while also making his first All-Star appearance.+ADw-/p+AD4APA-p+AD4-The Angels are still reportedly planning to add a +ACI-significant+ACI starting pitcher prior to the 2020 season and are pursing Madison Bumgarner, Hyun-jin Ryu, Dallas Keuchel or a trade for Jon Gray, according to MLB Network’s +ADw-a href+AD0AIg- Morosi+ADw-/a+AD4.+ACY-nbsp+ADsAPA-/p+AD4APA-p+AD4-Trout tweeted his reaction to the deal Wednesday night.+ACY-nbsp+ADsAPA-/p+AD4APA-div+AD4APA-blockquote class+AD0AIg-twitter-tweet+ACIAPgA8-a href+AD0AIg-, Rendon’s ex-teammate Trea Turner was not so happy about the news.+ACY-nbsp+ADsAPA-/p+AD4APA-div+AD4APA-blockquote class+AD0AIg-twitter-tweet+ACIAPgA8-a href+AD0AIg- finished the 2019 season with a .319 batting average, 34 home runs and 1.010 OPS.+ACY-nbsp+ADsAPA-/p+AD4-

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