The Chicago Bandits have re-signed standout outfielder and speedster Brenna Moss to a three-year contract extension.
Moss is the first player to join the Bandits’ active roster for the 2018 summer season; previously, the Bandits, under new management by the Town of Rosemont in 2017, spent the most recent season with a roster full of one-year deals and other contracts that expire in February.
The extension for Moss stretches through the 2020 season. Financial terms were undisclosed.
A former third-round draft pick, Moss has spent her entire three-year NPF career with the Bandits. The former Fresno State star ended the 2017 season batting .341 and led her team in stolen bases.
The news of her lengthy extension is good news for Bandits fans, as it seem to solidify the Town of Rosemont’s long-term commitment to operating the franchise.