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Scott Boras Holding Keys to MLB's Future and Nearly $1 Billion in Contracts


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SOURCE: https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2861967-scott-boras-holding-keys-to-mlbs-future-and-nearly-1-billion-in-contracts
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David Price's seven-year, $217 million pact with the Boston Red Sox doesn't stand a chance of holding up.Meanwhile, Boras also represents the second- and third-best free agents on the market: third baseman Anthony Rendon and ace righty Stephen Strasburg, both of whom are former Nationals heroes."I think we're about to make Scott richer than he already is," Rendon said during the World Series, according to Bob Nightengale of USA Today.Rendon, 29, is fresh off going from an underrated star to a full-blown superstar with a superb regular season (1.010 OPS and 34 HR) and an equally superb postseason (1.003 OPS and 3 HR). That would be a first for him, which isn't even to mention that a $600 million haul for these three guys alone would exceed even his biggest total offseason free-agent hauls.And the bucks won't stop there, for elsewhere in Boras' stable of free agents are left-handers Hyun-Jin Ryu and Dallas Keuchel, outfielder Nicholas Castellanos and third baseman Mike Moustakas.Though Ryu's age (33 next March) and injury history are bound to scare some teams away, others will come running for his MLB-best 2.32 ERA.

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