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Qualifying Offer set at $18.4m

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Carlos will get more than that per year over 2+ years with an opt out provision after 2022 ie the new thing which the Sox won't do.

IMO 20M in 2022, 22M PO or MO, TO for like $22M in 2023 with a $3M buyout.  Something like that.

 

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4 hours ago, YourWhatHurts said:

Carlos will get more than that per year over 2+ years with an opt out provision after 2022 ie the new thing which the Sox won't do.

IMO 20M in 2022, 22M PO or MO, TO for like $22M in 2023 with a $3M buyout.  Something like that.

 

Carlos may bet on himself, take the QO, have a big year/stay healthy and break  the bank as a FA.

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Pass on Rodon can’t gamble on his health it’s always something with him continually.

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15 minutes ago, Soxfest said:

Pass on Rodon can’t gamble on his health it’s always something with him continually.

One year of a gamble on Rodon with a QO may be worth it, rather than a 3- or 4-year gamble he may be looking for with a longer contract.

I'm for a QO but won't be upset if someone else signs him to a multi-year deal.

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He'll be headed to a team who can afford to lose the money if his health deteriorates over the course of a multi-year deal.  This is his chance to get his first, big, guaranteed deal.  He won't be in Chicago next season. 

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