The Toronto Blue Jays are showing right-hander Jose Berrios the money. According to Jon Heyman of the MLB Network, Berrios has worked out a massive extension deal with the Blue Jays.

In a separate tweet by Ben Nicholson-Smith, the deal is reportedly worth $131 million for seven years.

Including bonuses, the contract would reportedly earn Berrios up to $140 million, per Hector Jose Torres Donato.

Berrios started the 2021 MLB season as part of the Minnesota Twins rotation. He was traded by the Twins to the Blue Jays on July 30 for Austin Martin and Simeon Woods-Richardson.

In 12 starts in Blue Jays threads last season, Berrios came up with a 5-4 record and a 3.58 ERA to go with a 3.28 FIP and 123 ERA+. Including his appearances for the Twins, Berrios' 2021 numbers were a 12-9 record, 3.52 ERA, 3.47 FIP, and 122 ERA+.

By securing Berrios with this long-term deal, the Blue Jays hope to benefit from what his prime years are to offer.

Toronto missed the playoffs in 2021 but showed plenty of promise behind the bats of Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Bo Bichette, but the pitching staff also impressed. Toronto's starters posted a collective ERA of 3.79 and a 13.0 fWAR.

With the extension, Toronto has secured Berrios' final arbitration year along with the six free-agent years.