Howard agrees to $125 million extension
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Ryan Howard preferred securing his future in Philadelphia to testing free agency in two years -- and boy is he getting his pay day.
The slugging first baseman agreed to a $125 million, five-year contract extension Monday that could keep him with the Phillies until 2017.
Howard's teammates wasted no time hitting him up for favors, either.
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