SIGNED: Trea Turner Has A New Home With 11-Year Contract

In one of the longest free agent contracts ever signed, superstar shortstop Trea Turner has a new home, as the two-time All-Star and former MLB batting champion has signed an 11-year deal with the Philadelphia Phillies.

It's an 11-year, $300M deal, with a full no-trade clause. It's a $27.27M average annual value (AAV), and the 10th $300M contract in baseball history.

The stats say that Turner is worthy of a deal like this, as he boasts the sport's second-best WAR since 2019, at 20.0. With 230 career stolen bases, his sprint speed has remained in the top 1% of the league in all eight seasons of his major league career.

He has a .302 lifetime batting average, a .355 on-base, an .842 OPS, and has also added power to his game, blasting 20+ HR in each of the last two seasons.

Turner's new Phillies teammate Bryson Stott has shown his approval. But he needs a little work on his photoshop skills.

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