Stephen Strasburg Re-Signs With Nationals

By , 106.7 The Fan

The 2019 World Series MVP is staying in Washington. 

Stephen Strasburg and the Washington Nationals have come to terms on a long-term extension that will keep the pitcher in D.C. for seven years, according to multiple media reports.

The Nationals will pay the 31-year-old starter $245 million over the seven years, according to The Washington Post's Jesse Dougherty and ESPN's Jeff Passan. Dougherty added Strasburg's new deal contains deferred money, a full no-trade clause, no opts out, and no options on the end:

RADIO.COM MLB Insider Bob Nightengale says more than $80 million will be deferred:

This story will be updated as more details emerge.

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