The Washington Nationals have agreed to terms on a minor-league deal with outfielder Jedd Gyorko, the team announced on Monday.
Gyorkos contract, which includes incentives, is worth $1.8 million and is non-guaranteed.
Gyorks contract is worth about $1 million.
Gyros salary comes out to about $8 million per season.
GyORKO, 20, played for the New York Yankees from 2013-15.
He hit .261/.333/.452 with 25 homers and 47 RBIs in 590 at-bats with the Yankees, and the Nationals will pay about $6 million per year in incentives.
Gyross salary is about $4 million per campaign.
Gyzkors contract is not guaranteed, and his incentives could become guaranteed at any time.
The Nationals are set to start spring training in the Dominican Republic in early April.
They will play games in the American League East in 2018, then play a home series against the Chicago White Sox.
The team has a strong farm system, and has drafted Gyorkas first baseman Jose Lobaton, shortstop Trea Turner and outfielder D.J. Stewart.