Trumbo, O's have agreement at 37.5M/3
— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) January 19, 2017
Trumbo reportedly wanted around 5 years and $75 million earlier this offseason after he turned down a 4-year offer worth $40 million.
Last season Trumbo set single-season career highs in hits (157), home runs (47), RBI’s (108), and OPS (.850). He also posted a slash line of .256/.316/.533
Trumbo isn’t the greatest fielder to ever grace the field, so it is likely he will DH most of the time.
However, this a good move for Baltimore, as this is one of the weakest free agent markets that the sport has seen in recent years.