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Marcus Stroman signs two-year deal with Yankees

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The New York Yankees have signed Marcus Stroman to a two-year, $37 million contract with a vesting option for 2026, per MLB on FOX insider Ken Rosenthal.

Stroman made his first All-Star team in four years last season with the Chicago Cub, but faded in the second half and finished with a 3.95 ERA in 136.2 innings as he battled a hip injury. It’s another homecoming for the Long Island native, who has also played for the Toronto Blue Jays and New York Mets

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The 32-year-old right-hander was ranked No. 13 on FOX Sports’ list of the best MLB free agents available this offseason. He adds a needed piece to the Yankees’ starting rotation after the team lost out to the Los Angeles Dodgers in the bidding war for prized Japanese ace Yoshinobu Yamamoto.

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