The Colorado Rockies and starting pitcher Kyle Freeland have agreed to a five-year, $64.5 million contract extension.
The deal covers Freeland’s final two years of arbitration eligibility for the next two seasons.
Also included is a sixth-year option for the 2027 season.
The 28-year-old is posting a career 4.28 ERA in 663.0 innings pitched across 126 games with the Rockies.
Freeland’s best statistical season was back in 2018, where he had a 17-7 record and threw for a career-best 2.85 ERA.
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