ACES Baseball Agents Seth Levinson and Sam Levinson

Baseball agents Seth Levinson and Sam Levinson have negotiated a three-year, $30 million deal for relief pitcher Jeurys Familia with all the New York Mets. Check more sam levinson agent.

Familia, signed out of the Dominican Republic in 2007 by the Mets, spent his entire professional career in the business before he was dealt to the A’s last July. The right-hander submitted a 3.13 ERA with 18 saves and a career-high 10.4 K/9 over 72 innings last year.

“We are delighted to bring Jeurys Familia back to his house with the New York Mets,” explained ACES agent Sam Levinson.

The Familia bargain is the latest major deal for ACES baseball representative Seth Levinson and ACES baseball representative Sam Levinson. This offseason, the ACES Baseball Agency has negotiated deals for Nathan Eovaldi; Daniel Murphy; Joe Kelly; and Justin Wilson; also also has negotiated an extension for Carlos Carrasco.

At the 30-year history of ACES Inc.. Baseball, ACES brokers have negotiated $4 Billion in contracts for professional ballplayers. Some notable prices negotiated by the Levinson brothers comprise: Jon Lester’s six-year, $155 million deal with the Cubs; David Wright’s eight-year, $138 million deal with the Mets; and Dustin Pedroia’s eight-year, $110 million deal with the Red Sox and Charlie Blackmon’s six-year, $108 million together with the Rockies.

ACES — Athletes’ Careers Enhanced and Secured — has represented professional baseball players for 30 decades. Founded by Seth Levinson and Sam Levinson, ACES is devoted to handling players and their professions with expertise offering services that encircle livelihood demands both on and off the subject. The bureau, a full-time firm, expertly handles negotiations for the full-range of player contracts, out of Draft bonuses to Minor League, pre-arbitration, arbitration and free agent deals. ACES, which has negotiated more free agent multi-year deals since 2007 than any other service in the industry, sets itself apart from other agencies in its commitment to work ethic and integrity.

.often finish deals at the other end of this offseason — early — by running the gamut of groups fast, determining what they believe are the negotiating tipping points for their clients, pushing to settlement, and getting them off the board.”
— Buster Olney, ESPN Senior Writer

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