The Los Angeles Angels are looking to their future and star outfielder Mike Trout is set to get a new contract with the MLB team.
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CelebNSports247.com reports that Los Angeles Angels Mike Trout is set to make more than $34 million in each of the next two seasons.
Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports, the team plans to offer a Mike Trout an extension to help determine his long-term plans. However, his current contract won’t be up until after the 2020 season.
The 27-year-old is set to make more than $34 million in each of the next two seasons to close out the six-year deal signed in 2014 that runs through 2020.
Contract negotiations with Trout could help determine the future of the organization.
Rosenthal broke down the possible strategy from opposing executives:
One said the ‘textbook’ move, if Trout is unwilling to sign an extension, would be to trade him for perhaps the biggest package ever and move forward with a better future. Another seemed downright intrigued by the possibility, saying, “One of the best talents in the history of the game is rarely explored in the market. A team might be willing to do something absolutely insane to acquire him. We just don’t know.
Trout is arguably the best player in baseball. He’s finished in the top four of MVP voting in each of the past six years, winning the award twice. He has been just as good in 2018.
We will see if he agrees to resign with the Angels.