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Report: Giants, Manaea agree to 2-year, $25M deal

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The San Francisco Giants agreed to a two-year, $25-million deal with left-hander Sean Manaea, reports the New York Post's Jon Heyman.

Manaea's deal includes an opt-out clause.

The 30-year-old joins a Giants rotation that is expected to include Logan Webb, Alex Cobb, Alex Wood, and Anthony DeSclafani next season.

Manaea spent last year with the San Diego Padres, posting an 8-9 record with a 4.96 ERA and 8.9 K/9 in 158 innings.

Before the 2022 campaign, the Indiana native spent six seasons with the Oakland Athletics, authoring a 3.86 ERA and 3.96 FIP in 129 appearances, including 128 starts.

Manaea is the Giants' third significant addition this offseason after they signed outfielder Mitch Haniger to a three-year deal and brought back Joc Pederson, who accepted a qualifying offer.

The Giants are also planning to continue pursuing free-agent left-hander Carlos Rodon even after signing Manaea, the San Francisco Chronicle's Susan Slusser reports.

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