Dec 2, 2013, 12:49 PM EDT
Kuroda turned down a qualifying offer from New York that would have been for one year and $14.1 million, but he did the same thing last offseason before eventually re-signing for $15 million.
Kuroda will be 39 years old before Opening Day and struggled down the stretch, but finished the season with a 3.31 ERA in 201 innings and has been one of the majors’ most consistent, underrated starters since coming over from Japan in 2008.
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