Buster Olney reports that the Padres have agreed to terms with second baseman Jedd Gyorko. Keith Law reports that it’s a six-year deal plus an option year. The deal is for $35 million with the option year going for $13 million. Escalator clauses could price the back end up.
Gyorko, 25, is beginning his second season in the bigs. In 137 career games he has a line of .242/.295/.433, which amounts to an OPS+ of 107. He would not be arbitration eligible until after the 2015 season, but apparently the Padres have seen enough of him to (a) want him long term; and (b) not want to have to deal with arbitration.