BREAKING NEWS: Astros and Ryan Pressly Agree to 2 Year Contract Extension

One of the best relievers in baseball in 2018 will continue to call Houston home for the next three seasons. Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle has reported that the Astros and Pressly have agreed to a two year extension worth 17.5 million dollars, the largest contract ever handed out to a relief pitcher that is not a closer. The extension kicks in for the 2020 season. Pressly and the Astros avoided arbitration earlier this winter settling at 2.9 million for his 2019 salary.

 
Sean Salisbury

Sean Salisbury

Sean Salisbury is a longtime sportscaster who has covered the Houston market for many years talking Texans, Astros, Rockets & much more. He has worked as an TV analyst for ESPN shows like NFL Live & SportsCenter, and served as both an NFL & CFL... Read more

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