As Yasmani Grandal turns the page in his career and sends his thank you to the Dodgers organization.
I would like to take this moment, to thank the Los Angeles Dodgers organization and all my fans who have supported me in these last 4 incredible seasons. I'm blessed to have played for such a class organization. Thank you for taking care of my family and I, thank you for making me into the player/person I am today. For that you will always have a place in my heart...Thank you Dodgers!
Grandal turned down a $17.9 million qualifying offer from the NL champion Los Angeles Dodgers in November. He is eligible for free agency again after this year’s World Series and cannot be given a qualifying offer by the Brewers.
Grandal, who was introduced by the Brewers on Tuesday morning, instead agreed to a one-year, $16 million deal with a $2.25 million mutual option.
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