The Pittsburgh Pirates and outfielder Bryan Reynolds agreed to a two-year contract to avoid arbitration.
Financial terms haven’t been released yet, but they should be available shortly.
The deal officially covers Reynolds’ 2022 and 2023 arbitration eligibility.
Reynolds was an All-Star last season posting a career-high .306 batting average to go along with 24 home runs, 90 RBI and 93 runs.
The 27-year-old out of Baltimore ceiling can only get better at this point in his young career.
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