Rays close to 3-year extension with Yandy Díaz (supply)

Infielder Yandy Díaz and the Rays are closing in on a three-year, $24 million extension with an choice for 2026, a supply instructed MLB.com’s Mark Feinsand and Juan Toribio. Feinsand was the primary to report the potential deal, which has not been confirmed by the workforce.


Díaz is coming off a breakout 2022 season, during which he hit .296/.401/.423 with 9 homers and profession highs in WAR (3.5) and OPS+ (143). He performed in each nook spots for the Rays — primarily at third base — and obtained one ninth-place vote for MVP.

Díaz, 31, has hit .278 with 39 homers in six seasons, the previous 4 with the Rays.