Indians Sign Edwin Encarnacion To Three-Year, $65 Million Deal


According to Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports on Twitter, the Cleveland Indians have struck a deal with free agent stud Edwin Encarnacion on a three-year deal with an option.

Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports also tweets that the deal is worth a guaranteed $65 million with a $5 million option buyout.

Encarnacion, 34 on Opening Day, has spent the last eight seasons with the Toronto Blue Jays, appearing in three all-star games, including this past year where he also lead the American League in RBIs.

Encarnacion clubbed 42 homers for the Jays last season and drove in 127 runs, while hitting at a .263/.357/.529 clip. ranked Encarnacion as the second best free agent right behind Yoenis Cespedes, and predicted Encarnacion would ink a four-year, $92 million deal with the Boston Red Sox, but will take his talents to the reigning American League champs.

get metsmerized footer

About Rob Piersall 1226 Articles
Rob Piersall is a fourth-year student at SUNY New Paltz, studying journalism with a minor in communications. He is also the managing editor for his school's newspaper, The Oracle. A Mets fan since the age of six in 2001, Rob is senior editor here at MMO. His favorite thing is reporting breaking Mets news and transactions as well as writing columns. He is also ready to see what Mickey Callaway brings to the table in 2018. LGM! Follow Rob on Twitter: @RobPiersall.