, Juan Soto rejected a record 15-year, $440 million offer from the Washington Nationals. While the contract would be MLB’s biggest in history, the slugger would only make $29.3 million per year, making him only the 15th highest-paid player in baseball. While the Nationals are open to listening to trades for Soto, some officials believe that they are unable to reach a long-term extension with him. Colin Cowherd explains why Soto was smart to reject the record-setting offer.,

Juan Soto rejected a record 15-year, $440 million offer from the Washington Nationals. While the contract would be MLB’s biggest in history, the slugger would only make $29.3 million per year, making him only the 15th highest-paid player in baseball. While the Nationals are open to listening to trades for Soto, some officials believe that they are unable to reach a long-term extension with him. Colin Cowherd explains why Soto was smart to reject the record-setting offer.

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