In a roundabout way, the 26-year-old's wish will be granted when he's communicating directly with the Toronto Blues Jays front office in an arbitrator's hearing room in Phoenix next month after not being able to come to terms on a contract prior to Friday's deadline to exchange arbitration numbers.
The record-setting $23 million is a $6 million dollar raise from last season and a significant jump from what many industry experts had prognosticated for Donaldson. He should, however, remain a top of trade talks as the season progresses. He missed time from April 14 through May 25 with a calf injury.
The previous record was set in May when Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper agreed to a one-year deal worth $21.625 million for the 2018 season. Over the past three years with the Blue Jays, he is a.285/.387/.559 hitter with 111 home runs and 300 RBI.
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But now, the focus will be shifted to areas in North Kashmir, he said. "The Chinese are also very clear", he said. However, Rawat admitted that the Chinese troop strength in Doklam had gone down recently.
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And Brassell says Lemar wants to join Liverpool and if the Reds table a bumper offer, Monaco are willing to sell. However, the move failed to materialize and Lemar ended up staying put at the principality-based outfit.
"I let my people handle it".
Marcus Stroman, Roberto Osuna, Aaron Sanchez, Kevin Pillar, Devon Travis and Dominic Leone are the club's other eligible players. Since being traded to the Jays from Oakland prior to the 2015 season, Donaldson's put up an OPS+ of 150 and notched an AL MVP Award.
- With files from Joshua Clipperton in Burnaby, B.C.