MLB world reacted to the New York Yankees' significant signing

The New York Yankees have taken a significant action.First baseman Anthony Rizzo was re-signed by the team on Tuesday. When Rizzo decided to break his prior contract,

he became a free agent. He was going to be one of the most sought-after free agents because he fit with multiple teams.

Even the Houston Astros were said to have him as their primary goal. But in the end, the Yankees wouldn't let him play for another team.The news of Rizzo's renewal was

first reported by Ken Rosenthal. Anthony Rizzo is re-signing with the Yankees on a multi-year deal, he announced in a tweet.The agreement's specifics were eventually revealed by

YES Network studio commentator and longtime Yankees insider Jack Curry. "The Rizzo agreement is for 2 years, $34M with a club option for $17M for a third year," he stated in

a tweet. The third-year buyout is worth $6 million.During the MLB trade deadline in 2021, Rizzo landed with the Yankees. And when he played for the team for an entire season in

2022, he made the decision to stay for longer. After almost ten seasons with the Chicago Cubs, Rizzo was traded last summer. He memorably defeated the Cleveland Guardians in

the 2016 World Series, another squad that would have been a good fit for him.The MLB community responded quickly to the Yankees' most recent addition.