According to numerous reports, the Los Angeles Angels are finalizing the largest contract in North American sports history with All-Star Mike Trout. The outfielder will reportedly get a 12-year contract worth $432 million.

Just how big of a deal is that relative to other recent blockbuster baseball contracts? Check out this from Ronald Blum of the Associated Press:

Trout would top the new $330 million, 12-year contract between Bryce Harper and the Philadelphia Phillies, and his $36 million average annual value would surpass Zack Greinke's $34.4 million in a six-year deal with Arizona that started in 2016.

That has us wondering about what Indians star shortstop Francisco Lindor will receive when he becomes a free agent. Don't worry, it's not happening for a bit. Lindor won't be eligible for free agency until after the 2021 season. He'll be 28 years old at that point. Trout turned 27 in September. But it's not like the contracts for star baseball players are getting smaller. When Lindor hits free agency, will he get a bigger contract than Trout? Take our poll below and let us know.