Dodgers and Max Muncy agrees to two-year, $24 million contract extension


By Samantha Stephensen

Dodgers resign Max Muncy

Max Muncy

On the first day of the MLB offseason, the Los Angeles Dodgers and heavy hitter Max Muncy agreed to a two-year contract extension worth $24 million, the team announced Thursday. The contract includes a $10 million club option for 2026.

Muncy earned $13.5 million in 2023 as part of the one-year extension he signed last August. That contract included a $10 million club option for 2024 and bonuses tied to plate appearances raised it to $14 million. The new contract overrides the club option and will keep Muncy locked up through 2025, with a club option for 2026.

Muncy produced a .212/.333/.475 batting stat line with 36 home runs this season. It’s his fourth 35-homer season since joining the Dodgers in 2018.

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