Donaldson took 1/23 coming off an injury-marred season and is headed into his age 33 season. I don't think longer deals were likely to be out there for him, but he signed so early he didn't really look for one either. Plus he was re-uniting with his former GM to play for his boyhood team. I'm not sure it is really a make-good, prove himself kind of deal. He just wanted to play for the Braves. If there's a 3 or 4-year offer on the table for Kimbrel, I can't see him passing it up to take a one or two year deal, even for a greater AAV. Not at age 30 for a reliever. He might have all the confidence in the world in his ability, and rightly so, but like any other pitcher, he's an injury away from being Carson Smith.