Juan Soto turned down a contract extension. See Details on Next Pages.

Soto rejected a 15-year, $440 million extension, and the Nationals reportedly plan to trade him.

The Nationals' third proposal in recent months did not include deferred money, which is unusual.

Soto's average salary would have been $29.33 million, 20th in baseball history.

He was a National for 38 years.

Before the lockout, Soto rejected a 13-year, $350 million extension.

Boras tries to get Soto to free agency as often as possible.

Soto could break contract records after 2024, like Alex Rodriguez in 2001.

Soto's two-year team control means Washington doesn't have to trade him right away.

Careerist. 292/.427/.540, among the best at his age.

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