Longoria guaranteed $4M by Dbacks, can earn $1M in bonuses
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PHOENIX (AP) Evan Longoria is guaranteed $4 million in his one-year contract with the Arizona Diamondbacks, and the three-time All-Star third baseman can earn an additional $1 million in roster bonuses.
Longoria would earn $150,000 for 90 days on the active roster as part of the agreement announced last week. He would earn an additional $250,000 each for 120 and 150 days, and $175,000 apiece for 160 and 165.
The 37-year-old Longoria is a 15-year veteran who spent his first 10 seasons with the Tampa Bay Rays and the last five with the San Francisco Giants.
A three-time Gold Glove winner, Longoria also adds right-handed power. He has 331 homers.
Longoria hit .244 with 14 homers and 42 RBIs last season in 89 games.
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Updated January 11, 2023