The Colorado Rockies reached an agreement with baseball player Jurickson Profar to have him in their ranks for one season in exchange for a guaranteed contract of 7.75 million dollars.
According to the information provided by the MLB Network journalist, Jon Heyman, the agreement will also include various incentives and will become official once he completes the medical examinations.
Profar became a free agent after opting out of his $21 million, three-year contract with the San Diego Padres.
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During 2022, the outfielder broke his personal bests in games played (152) and visits to the plate (658).
During that season he posted a .243 batting average with 15 home runs, 36 doubles, 58 RBIs and 73 walks.
Despite not being a high-level offensive figure, his performance with the glove has helped him support each of his organizations.