Terms have been not disclosed but the offer includes a $4 million income this 12 months and a $5.5 million club option for 2020 with a $1 million buyout, according to multiple reports.
Galvis, who can receive supplemental award bonuses, took a cut from his $6,825,000 income in 2018.
The 29-12 months-previous batted .248 with 13 property runs, 31 doubles, 67 RBIs and 8 stolen bases in 162 video games for the San Diego Padres previous year.
Galvis, acquired by the Padres from the rebuilding Phillies in December 2018, had been Philadelphia’s starting shortstop for the former three seasons and emerged as one of the sport’s prime defensive players at the placement.
He batted .255 with 12 property runs, 61 RBIs and 14 stolen bases all through the 2017 year, his sixth total with the Phillies. He also was a Nationwide League Gold Glove finalist.
Galvis, outlined at 5-foot-10 and 185 lbs, was suspended 50 video games by Main League Baseball in 2012 for screening beneficial for a metabolite of Clostebol, a overall performance-boosting compound.
To make space on the roster, Toronto optioned right-hander Danny Barnes for assignment.
The Related Push contributed to this report.