BREAKING: Matt Chapman Chooses Next Playing Destination

The Matt Chapman sweepstakes have finally come to a close.

After a busy offseason that saw them add notable names such as Jorge Soler, Jung-Hoo Lee, Jordan Hicks, and Robbie Ray, the San Francisco Giants have now signed Matt Chapman.

The deal is reportedly three-years, worth $54 million, and includes opt-outs after each of the first two seasons.

Matt Chapman, known for his stellar defense and consistent performance at the plate, had emerged as a prime candidate in recent weeks to fill the Giants' third base void.

Chapman's defensive prowess, highlighted by his 92 defensive runs saved (DRS) and 53 outs above average (OAA) at third base, combined with an offensive output that included a .240/.330/.424 batting line, with 17 home runs and 54 RBIs last season with the Toronto Blue Jays, makes him an attractive addition for the Giants​.

Over his two seasons with Toronto, Chapman posted a .234/.327/.429 triple-slash line, with 44 home runs, 130 RBIs, six stolen bases, and 149 runs scored across 295 games played.

As mentioned, Chapman is known for his defensive prowess, which has earned him four Gold Gloves and two Platinum Gloves over his seven-year career.

With yet another big addition, the Giants continue what has been a sneakily impressive offseason.

An improvement from their 79-83 record last season seems likely.

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