“I Will Leave For Him To Pay” Just In Boston Bruins Top Experienced Superstar Announced His Departure……..”

It is reportedly Jordan Montgomery’s preference not to sign with the Red Sox.
Jordan Montgomery, a 31-year-old lefthander, was linked to the Boston Red Sox for the majority of the winter before he signed a contract with the Arizona Diamondbacks, the defending National League champions.
Many thought the Red Sox were the front-runners to sign the southpaw because Montgomery had a Zoom conversation with Red Sox manager Alex Cora early in Spring Training and his wife is doing her medical residency at Beth Israel in Boston.

Heyman stated, “Montgomery loved the Red Sox, not because he wanted to win.”
The Diamondbacks are coming off a World Series trip, while the Red Sox have finished last in back-to-back seasons. Arizona was defeated 4-1 by the Texas Rangers in the Fall Classic. Four of the previous five seasons have seen Boston miss the playoffs.
It turns out, as Jon Heyman of the New York Post reports, that Boston never truly had a shot to land Montgomery.
The cause?

Ultimately, Montgomery and Arizona reached an agreement on a one-year, $25 million contract that includes a vesting option for 2025 at $20 million if he makes 10 starts in 2024 (plus an extra $2.5 million if he makes 18 or 23 starts). As per MLB Insider Nick Deeds, the deal is contingent upon a physical examination.


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