Two-time All-Star infielder Jake Cronenworth and the San Diego Padres agreed Saturday to an $80 million, seven-year contract coverig 2024-30.
Cronenworth and the Padres reached a one-year deal in January for $4,225,000, and he would have been eligible without cost company after the 2025 season.
He will get a $2 million signing bonus, $7 million subsequent 12 months, $11 million in 2025 and $12 million in every of the next 4 seasons. Cronenworth receives a restricted no-trade provision permitting him to listing eight groups he can’t be dealt to with out his consent.
Cronenworth was primarily at second base the previous three seasons however was moved to first this 12 months after the Padres signed All-Star shortstop Xander Bogaerts to a $280 million, 11-year deal and shifted Ha-Seong Kim from shortstop to second.
Cronenworth, 29, hit .239 with 30 doubles, 17 homers, 88 RBIs and a .722 OPS final 12 months. His 3.4 WAR was fourth on the Padres behind Manny Machado (6.2), Kim (4.8) and Juan Soto (4.7).
He completed tied for second in 2020 NL Rookie of the Yr voting and has a .256 profession common with 42 homers and 179 RBIs in 364 video games.