DeGrom’s agents have set up an Opening Day deadline to finish an extension, a source confirmed to , devoting the sides six more weeks to work something out. DeGrom has allowed understand he wont sue during this summer, though possibly winter discussions can reopen. With theoretically less incentive to eschew the market that is open, deGrom will soon be per year out of free service, at that point.

DeGrom’s agents have set up an Opening Day deadline to finish an extension, a source confirmed to , devoting the sides six more weeks to work something out. DeGrom has allowed understand he wont sue during this summer, though possibly winter discussions can reopen. With theoretically less incentive to eschew the market that is open, deGrom will soon be per year out of free service, at that point.

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DeGrom has couple of years remaining under club control, as it currently stands. He’s earning $17 million this season, a $9.6 million rise from his salary one year ago.

He’s coming from one of the greatest seasons in franchise record, posting a 1.70 ERA in 217 innings to win the National League Cy Young Award.

Officials haven’t yet responded publicly to deGrom’s deadline. As of Tuesday, they had not made deGrom an offer.

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