Originally Posted by Highlifeman21
He's 24, with 5 full seasons of MLB experience.
Spent all of age 18 in the minors, came up for a September cup of coffee at age 19, and then made the Opening Day roster as the starting SS at age 20.
This is the 3rd time I've negotiated a contract, but after ridiculous numbers over 5 years, I figured I'd get paid....
That's why I try to always go with short contracts, one to two years. I like those deals because you never know where there will be an opening in the offseason, and Spring training gives you another chance to pull in more points. 24 is young for the game. I think around 26-27, he'll start pulling in a payday. I know it's not realistic, but the rest of RTTS is great.