Marcus Stroman, Yankees Agree 2-Year, $37M Deal

Right-hander Marcus Stroman agrees to a two-year, $37 million deal with the Yankees.

Stroman, a two-time All-Star, had a 2.96 ERA in the first half of 2023 with the Cubs.

He faced injuries in the second half, finishing the season with a 3.95 ERA.

The Yankees aim to strengthen their rotation with Stroman's addition.

The rotation includes Gerrit Cole; Carlos Rodon struggled in his first season.

Stroman's deal includes a vesting player option with a third-year option.

Stroman has a career record of 77-76 and a 3.65 ERA.

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