null Baseball Ozzie Albies will remain in Atlanta for the foreseeable future. The Braves have agreed to an extension with their second baseman, the team announced Thursday.The Atlanta Braves today agreed to terms with INF Ozzie Albies on a seven-year contract extension through 2025 worth $35 million, with club options for the 2026 and 2027 seasons. #ChopOn— Atlanta Braves (@Braves) April 11, 2019MORE: Watch 'ChangeUp,' a new live whiparound show on DAZN Albies was inked to a seven-year extension through 2025 worth $35 million, with club options for 2026 and 2027.According Network, the two-year options are for $7 million and $4 million. Told two option years for Albies are $7M each with $4M buyouts. So if both picked up, #Braves get Albies for 9 years, $45M.— Joel Sherman (@Joelsherman1) April 11, 2019Albies contract buys out two potential free agent years and if options are picked up it is 4 free agent seasons. If options are picked up, Albies would be a free agent after his age-30 season— Joel

Sherman (@Joelsherman1) April 11, 2019It's the second big extension the Braves have locked down this season after they solidified an an eight-year, $100 million contract with second-year outfielder Ronald Acuna Jr.Before the extension, Albies was locked in by the Braves through 2023 and was set to make $575,000 this season.Albies, 22, was signed by the Braves in 2013 as an international free agent. He made his debut in August 2017. Two days after his debut, he hit his first Major League home run off his first hit.Last season, Albies hit .261/.305/.452, with 24 home runs, in 684 plate appearances. This season, he's already off to an impressing start, batting .364 in the first 11 games.

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