Phillies and Aaron Nola agree to deal
The Phillies and right-hander Aaron Nola have reached an agreement on a tentative seven-year deal worth $172 million, according to multiple sources. 
 
The Phillies have not confirmed the agreement, which is pending a physical. Nola, 30, went 12-9 while posting a 4.46 ERA last season. It wasn't his best year statistically, but he pitched well in the postseason and nearly led the Phillies to back-to-back World Series appearances. 
 
Nola has recorded at least 200 strikeouts over the last five full-years while tossing an average of 199 innings. He enters the 2024 season with a 3.72 ERA over nine big league seasons. 
 
Assuming nothing else, the Phillies will enter Spring Training with the same starting rotation that helped the club to the NLCS with Nola, Zack Wheeler, Ranger Suarez, Taijuan Walker, and Cristopher Sanchez. 
 
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