Infielder Max Muncy agrees to two-year, $24 million extension with Los Angeles Dodgers

The Los Angeles Dodgers and Max Muncy have agreed on an extension. Muncy was set to play in 2024 on a club option. (AP Photo/Ryan Sun)

Max Muncy and the Los Angeles Dodgers have reached a two-year, $24 million extension, the team announced Thursday. The Dodgers infielder was set to play the 2024 season on a $14 million club option.

Now Muncy will be in Los Angeles until at least 2025 and the Dodgers have $10 million club option for 2026.

Muncy, who has spent five seasons with Los Angeles, finished 10th in MLB in RBI (105) and tied for 12th in home runs (36) in 2023. The Dodgers had the second-best record in the National League at 100-62.

Los Angeles was once again bounced from the playoffs early and struggled offensively in a National League Division Series loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks. Muncy recorded only two hits against the eventual NL champions.