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Miami Marlins, Corey Dickerson agree to deal, per report

Jon Heyman says the Marlins and Corey Dickerson have agreed to a two year deal

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MLB Rumors: Corey Dickerson and the Miami Marlins have agreed to a two year deal, per Jon Heyman on Twitter.

Dickerson, 30, is a lefty hitting left fielder who split last season between the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Philadelphia Phillies. He won a Gold Glove in 2018 for the Pirates, who acquired him from Tampa Bay in the 2017-18 offseason, and made the All Star team in 2017. Dickerson has a career .286/.328/.504 slash line, though he has spent most of his career in a platoon role.

Normally deals that don’t involve the Rangers that get a post involve either significant moves, players the Rangers were connected to, or other A.L. West teams. This is none of the above, but there’s also not any other news going on, so...

UPDATE — Mark Feinsand says it is $17.5 million over two years.