Baltimore Orioles, Trey Mancini reach deal for one year

Baltimore Orioles, Trey Mancini agree to one-year deal

Updated: 3:49 PM EST Jan 15, 2021

A colon cancer diagnosis kept Baltimore Orioles outfielder Trey Mancini off the field this past season, but Birdland has no need to worry about the upcoming season.Mancini isn’t going anywhere just yet. The Orioles and Mancini agreed Friday to terms on a one-year contract for the 2021 season. The $4.7 million deal avoids arbitration.As of Friday, Mancini does plan to play in the upcoming season.Mancini publicly announced in April that he had Stage 3 colon cancer. In July, Mancini opened up to 11 Sports Director Gerry Sandusky about his progress fighting cancer and undergoing life-saving surgery.By November, he announced he was cancer free, and in December, he completed his three-month colon cancer checkup scans, and they looked good.

A colon cancer diagnosis kept Baltimore Orioles outfielder Trey Mancini off the field this past season, but Birdland has no need to worry about the upcoming season.

Mancini isn’t going anywhere just yet. The Orioles and Mancini agreed Friday to terms on a one-year contract for the 2021 season. The $4.7 million deal avoids arbitration.

As of Friday, Mancini does plan to play in the upcoming season.

Mancini publicly announced in April that he had Stage 3 colon cancer. In July, Mancini opened up to 11 Sports Director Gerry Sandusky about his progress fighting cancer and undergoing life-saving surgery.

By November, he announced he was cancer free, and in December, he completed his three-month colon cancer checkup scans, and they looked good.

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