Andrus, Rangers Agree On 8-Year, $120 Million Extension
HOUSTON (CBS SPORTS) — The Rangers and Elvis Andrus have a deal on a $120 million, eight-year extension that will bring Andrus’ commitment to $131 million over 10 years.
The sides hammered out the agreement during the past couple days.
Andrus’ total guarantee will be precisely $131.275 million over 10 years, including the $11.275 million he had left on his three-year deal through 2014. He would have been a free agent after ’14.
The deal is expected to be announced sometime this week.
The extension might include an opt-out clause, MLB.com reported.
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