Baseball prospect Jackson Chourio ‘set to land the biggest rookie contract in MLB HISTORY today’… with the Brewers paying 19-year-old $80M guaranteed in eight-year deal (and he’s not played a single game yet!)
The Milwaukee Brewers are reportedly on the verge of signing highly rated outfield prospect Jackson Chourio to the largest rookie contract in MLB history.
According to CBS, the 19-year-old will agree to terms on a massive eight-year contract worth nearly $80 million.
That would mean Chourio would break the current record for the largest deal given to a player who has not yet played in the MLB.
That’s currently owned by White Sox outfielder Luis Robert, who signed a six-year, $50 million contract with Chicago in 2020.
More to follow.
Jackson Chourio is on the verge of landing the largest rookie contract in MLB history with the Brewers
The 19-year-old is on the verge of agreeing a massive eight-year deal worth nearly $80 million