ACES Baseball Agents Seth Levinson and Sam Levinson

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

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

“We are happy to deliver Jeurys Familia back to his home with all the New York Mets,” explained ACES agent Sam Levinson.

The Familia bargain is the most recent major deal for ACES baseball agent Seth Levinson and ACES baseball agent Sam Levinson. This offseason, the ACES Baseball Agency has negotiated prices for Nathan Eovaldi; Daniel Murphy; Joe Kelly; and Justin Wilson; also has negotiated an expansion for Carlos Carrasco.

At the 30-year history of ACES Inc.. Baseball, ACES brokers have negotiated $4 Billion in contracts for professional ballplayers. Some noteworthy deals negotiated by the Levinson brothers include: 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 contract with the Red Sox along with Charlie Blackmon’s six-year, $108 million with the Rockies.

ACES — Athletes’ Careers Enhanced and Secured — has represented professional baseball players for 30 years. Founded by Seth Levinson and Sam Levinson, ACES is dedicated to handling players and their professions with experience offering services that encircle career needs both on and off the field. The agency, a full-service company, professionally manages discussions for its full-range of player contracts, from Draft bonuses to Minor League, pre-arbitration, mediation and free agent deals. ACES, which has negotiated more free agent multi-year deals because 2007 than every other agency 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 variety of teams quickly, ascertaining what they believe to be the negotiating leaning points for their clients, pushing to resolution, and getting them off the board.”

“Many in the market marvel in the ACES Agency only because they browse the marketplace and receive a lot of their customers (such as Joe Kelly and Nathan Eovaldi) signed early. Some people who are waiting today were assured that they would be compensated at a particular level that, as the economy grows, doesn’t detract.”
— Peter Gammons, The Athletic

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