Jose Trevino gets biggest contract of his career as Yankees keep him for 2024

Michael Bennington
Sunday January 14, 2024

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Jose Trevino is securing his future in the Bronx as the reliable catcher and the New York Yankees have reached an agreement on a one-year contract valued at $2.7 million, according to Ari Koslow of Fantasypros.

This contract represents a significant milestone for Jose Trevino, 31, as it marks his highest contract since making his debut in 2018. Earlier he earned $2.3 million in 2023 and $720,000 in 2022.

Yankees retain Jose Trevino for 2024


By securing him through the 2024 season, the Yankees strengthen their catching position with a vital component of their revamped roster, geared toward a World Series pursuit.

While his offensive statistics from 2023 (.210 batting average, 4 home runs) may not stand out, Trevino’s defensive excellence behind the plate is indisputable. With 411 putouts and an impressive .993 fielding percentage, he becomes a valuable asset for manager Aaron Boone, particularly in the absence of Isaiah Kiner-Falefa.

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