Jackie Bradley Jr.’s days playing in the shadow of the Green Monster are now over, at least in a Red Sox uniform.
The 30 year old Gold Glove centerfielder is reportedly signing with the Milwaukee Brewers for a $24 million, two-year deal.
First reported by Julian McWilliams of the Boston Globe, the deal also reportedly includes a player option after the first season.
Source: Jackie Bradley Jr. is heading to the Milwaukee Brewers. Two-year, $24 million deal with a player option after the first year.— Julian McWilliams (@byJulianMack) March 4, 2021
Bradley, Jr. joined the Boston Red Sox as a first-round pick during the 2011 MLB Draft.
His career with the team includes two World Series championships, as well as an ALCS MVP title and a Gold Glove, both awarded in 2018.