The Seattle Mariners and utilityman Dylan Moore are in agreement on a three-year contract extension worth at least $8.875 million, ESPN reported.
The new deal buys out Moore’s two arbitration years and one free agent year, per the report. He could earn more than $9 million by reaching incentives.
Moore, 30, has been a Swiss army knife for the Mariners, playing every position except catcher in his four-year career. He’s mostly been used in left field (110 appearances) and second base (106). He even pitched one inning in 2019.
Moore hit .224 with six home runs, 24 RBIs and 21 stolen bases in 2022. He’s a career .208 hitter with 35 home runs, 140 runs and 65 stolen bases.