The Los Angeles Dodgers signed Julio Urias (27) to a 2023 contract with an annual salary of $14.25 million. In addition, negotiations with most of the players eligible for salary arbitration have been completed. However, he could not reach an agreement with Tony Gonsolin.
On the 14th (Korean time), MLB.com, the official MLB homepage, said, “The Dodgers have agreed to contracts with 9 out of 10 players eligible for salary arbitration for the 2023 season.” “he said. 먹튀검증
Last season, Uriahs earned an $8 million salary, and this year he makes $14.25 million. He is our Asus who performed so well. He recorded 17 wins and 7 losses with a 2.16 ERA in 31 games in the 2022 season. He ranked first in the National League’s earned run average category, and finished third in Cy Young Award voting.
Right-handed pitcher Walker Buehler also signed a contract worth $8.025 million. Although his performance in the 2023 season is uncertain due to his second Tommy John surgery in August of last year, the Dodgers are looking forward to the possibility of returning in the second half of the regular season or postseason.
Catcher Will Smith, who qualified for salary adjustment this year, signed a $5.25 million contract. The media introduced Smith’s performance, saying, “Smith is a catcher with an OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) of 0.808, ranking second in the major leagues. He also hit 24 home runs and established himself as one of the best offensive catchers.” .
Dustin May, who returned from injury and played well, also earned $1.675 million this year. May returned from Tommy John surgery in August 2022. He posted an earned run average of 4.50 and a WHIP (percentage on base allowed per inning) of 1.17 in six starts.
Trace Toms signed a 2023 $1.45 million contract. Yancy Almonte was signed for $1.5 million, Bruce De Graterol for $1.225 million, Evan Phillips for $1.3 million and Caleb Ferguson for $1.1 million.