Breaking: Blockbuster Contract Extension for MLB All-Star

Rafael Devers and the Red Sox promptly turned their attention to a long-term contract extension after coming to a one-year agreement to avoid arbitration.

The Red Sox are reportedly signing Devers to an 11-year, $331 million deal, according to MLB source Bob Nightengale.

According to total value, Devers' contract is the sixth-largest in MLB history.

According to ESPN insider Jeff Passan, Devers' long-term contract with Boston is still in the works. The gifted third baseman must clear his physical.

Two-time All-Star Devers just completed a successful campaign with the Red Sox. Last season, he batted.295 with 27 home runs and 88 RBIs.

Fans of the Red Sox must be happy about this information. 

The fan base has already witnessed the team lose Xander Bogaerts to free agency and Mookie Betts in a trade.

The Red Sox's public face for the foreseeable future will be 26-year-old Devers.

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