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Rhys Hoskins Signs $34 Million Two-Year Contract with the Brewers, Reunites with Former GM Matt Klentak: Milwaukee’s Biggest Signing Since 2019

Former Philadelphia Phillies slugger, Rhys Hoskins, has agreed to a $34 million two-year contract with the Brewers according to CBS Sports’ expert, Jim Bowden. This marks Milwaukee’s most significant signing since Yasmani Grandal’s $18.25 million one-year deal back in 2019.

Hoskins, a 30-year-old first baseman, confirmed his association with the Brewers on Tuesday night. The deal includes an opt-out option after the first season. This move sees Hoskins reuniting with his former general manager Matt Klentak, who is now an assistant with the Brewers.

In Milwaukee, Hoskins is set to amplify the team’s depth chart at first base, a position that also potentially includes Jake Bauers, formerly of the New York Yankees.

Hoskins’ significant career move follows an impressive stint with the Phillies which produced several standout moments. His transition to the Brewers marks the close of a chapter and the anticipation of impactful contributions to his new team.


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