A report from ESPN.com on Monday has given Los Angeles Dodgers some great news to be happy about. Los Angeles Dodgers right handed relief pitcher Kenley Jansen, 29, has reached a contract agreement with the only team he has pitched for since he made his debut in the Major Leagues in 2010 for five years, $80 million dollars.Jansen was the winner of the Trevor Hoffman National League National League Reliever Of The Year Award in 2016 as the best relief pitcher in the National League for the National League West Division Champions.Jansen recorded 47 saves in 71 relief appearances for the Dodgers with an earned run average of 1.83 which impressed the Dodgers management to bestow him his new contract on Monday.Having Jansen as the closer for the Dodgers for the next five years should increase the chances of the Dodgers to pursue their goal of winning their seventh World Series championship in the history of their franchise that began operations with the American Association League from 1884-1889 and the National League from 1890-present when they were in Brooklyn New York until they moved to Los Angeles California after the end of the 1957 Major League Baseball season.News source is ESPN.com and the image is from Pinterest.com
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