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The Los Angeles Dodgers have announced a new $140 million, 10-year contract with catcher Will Smith, bringing their spending on key players to nearly $1.4 billion since December. This latest deal supersedes a previous one-year agreement worth $8.85 million that was reached in January.

At just 28 years old, Smith has had a strong career so far, earning his first All-Star nod last year with a .261 average, 19 homers, and 76 RBIs. Over the past six seasons with the Dodgers, he has maintained an impressive average of .263 with 91 homers and 308 RBIs. With this signing, the Dodgers now have a total commitment of $1,365,687,500 to five key players.

This includes two-way star Shohei Ohtani ($700 million for 10 years), right-handers Yoshinobu Yamamoto ($325 million for 12 years) and Tyler Glasnow ($136,562,500 for five years), outfielder Teoscar Hernández ($23.5 million for one year), and now Will Smith as well. With such a strong lineup of top talent on their roster, the Dodgers are looking poised to continue their success in the coming seasons.

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