Diamondbacks Reach Agreement With Zack Greinke

greinkeThe Arizona Diamondbacks have agreed to terms with Zack Greinke, FOX Sports’ Ken Rosenthal tweets. The deal is pending a physical.

Greinke was reportedly down to the Dodgers and San Francisco Giants, but this would hardly be the first time some team came in at the last minute on a big-name free agent and swept him up.

The Diamondbacks normally have a mid-range payroll and shy clear of lengthy, steep contracts with free agents, but a new TV deal worth $1.5 billion has changed that mentality.

The Diamondbacks reportedly made a six-year, $120-million offer to Johnny Cueto last week that the right-hander turned down.

Terms of the deal are unknown were not immediately, but the total should rival the $217 million deal David Price signed for with the Boston Red Sox.

More to come…

The deal is worth a total of $206 million, a source told ESPN’s Pedro Gomez over six years.

 


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  1. […] Diamondbacks, it’s a deal which sets up the front of the rotation for several years. After signing Zack Greinke last week and being in on Mike Leake until acquiring Miller, it was clear the D Backs […]

  2. […] turned down $120 million from the Arizona Diamondbacks, who later gave Zack Greinke more than $200 million. The Giants earlier signed right-hander Jeff Samardzija to a five-year, $90 million […]

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