Veteran center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr. and the Brewers have agreed to a two-year deal worth $24 million, according to multiple reports.
The team has not confirmed the pact, which was first reported by Julian McWilliams of the Boston Globe.
Bradley, who will turn 31 in April, was a one-time All-Star and Gold Glove Award winner during his eight seasons with Boston and also won two World Series titles with the Red Sox. Known best as an elite defender, Bradley has batted .239/.321/.412 with 98 home runs and 376 RBIs in 873 career games. He had seven home runs and 22 RBIs to go along with an .814 OPS in 55 games with Boston last season.
Bradley would give the Brewers a third former Gold Glove Award winner in the outfield, joining Lorenzo Cain and Christian Yelich. However, both Bradley and Cain have each spent the majority of their MLB career in center field. In addition, the Brewers also have Avisaíl García atop their depth chart in right field, so it remains to be seen how all of the outfield pieces will fit together.
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