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Trey Mancini and the Cubs agree to a two-year deal, per report

Trey Mancini and the Cubs agree to a two-year deal, per report

Trey Mancini and the puppies have agreed to a two-year contract that includes an opt-out before the 2024 season, according to ESPN’s Jesse Rogers.

Mancini joins a Cubs franchise in need of an outfielder. The first baseman and outfielder also brings a veteran presence to the Chicago outfield. Last season, Mancini posted a .239/.319/.391 slash line with 18 home runs and 63 RBI.

The 30-year-old spent 2022 with the Orioles and Astros last season. Baltimore traded Mancini on Aug. 1 to Houston, where Mancini struggled greatly but still helped the Astros bring home the 2022 World Series title. He had a game-winning drive while playing in the first base in Game 5 of the World Series, securing a strong groundout by Kyle Schwarber to help secure the victory and give the Astros a 3-2 lead in the series. against the Phillies. However, after the season, Houston declined Mancini’s option for ’23 and became a free agent.





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