Twins, Sano agree to 3-year, $30M extension
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The Minnesota Twins and third baseman Miguel Sano are in agreement on a three-year contract extension, reports ESPN's Jeff Passan.

The deal includes a club option for 2023 and will buy out two years of free agency, Passan adds.

Sano's deal is worth $30 million, with his salary totaling $27 million during the first three years, followed by a $14-million club option with a $3-million buyout, reports MLB Network's Jon Heyman.

Sano, 26, hit .247/.346/.576 with 34 home runs and 79 RBIs in 105 games last season.

Over five big-league seasons, the Dominican slugger owns a .245/.338/.498 slash line with 118 home runs and 315 RBIs.

He was an All-Star for the Twins in 2017 and finished third in American League Rookie of the Year voting in 2015.

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Twins, Sano agree to 3-year, $30M extension
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