Paul Sullivan: Trevor Bauer, the top free agent on the market, signs with world champion Dodgers, making the rich even richer

CHICAGO — It wasn’t exactly “The Decision,” the made-for-ESPN disaster NBA star LeBron James made in 2010 when he announced he was leaving the Cleveland Cavaliers for the Miami Heat. But Trevor Bauer announced his signing with the Los Angeles Dodgers on Friday in a manner unlike any other baseball free agent in memory. The reigning National League Cy Young Award winner, whose deal reportedly is worth a guaranteed $102 million over three years and includes single-season-record salaries of $40 million and $45 million the next two years with opt-outs after each season, revealed his destination on…

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