Yankees outfielder Chris Young has left Reynolds Sports Management and signed a representation contract with Creative Arts Agency (CAA). Young is now back with his old agency as he prepares for free agency following the completion of this season.
Currently under a one-year, $2.5MM contract, Young has had somewhat of a comeback season after failing to live up to a larger contract with the New York Mets in 2014. He has posted an impressive .323 batting average against lefties this year in 151 appearances.
The 32 year old free agent-to-be will be eyeing a contract a similar to “fourth outfielders” Rajai Davis and Nate McLouth. Davis and McLouth signed two-year deals worth $10MM and $10.75MM respectively.
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