Pirates, Reynolds Avoid Arbitration with Two-Year Deal

The Pirates and Bryan Reynolds have avoided arbitration by agreeing to a two-year deal that will pay him $6.75 million per year, according to a source.

“It feels great,” Reynolds said Thursday afternoon. “I’m really glad this is where we landed. Now, move forward and go through the season and grind.”

The two sides have had conversations about different contract structures, something that Reynolds himself confirmed, though just avoiding the hearing and guaranteeing a salary for 2023 as well is where the two sides settled for now.

That should leave the door open for something longer-term down the road…

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