Pitcher Glasnow, who moved to the MLB Dodgers, extends his contract for five years and 178 billion won.

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Right-handed fastball pitcher Tyler Glasnow (30), who transferred to the Los Angeles Dodgers in a 2-2 trade from the Tampa Bay Rays of the American professional baseball team along with outfielder Manuel Margot, hit the jackpot.MLB.com reported on the 17th (Korean time) that Glasnow agreed to a five-year contract extension worth $136.5 million (about 178 billion won) with his new team, the Dodgers.Glasnow received a contract fee of $10 million and accepted the condition of receiving $30 million in 2028 if the club activates the option.Glasnow, who recorded 30 wins, 27 losses, and an ERA of 3.89 over eight years in the big leagues, will take on the first and second positions of the Dodgers’ starting pitching staff with a fast ball, curve, and slider that reaches nearly 160 km per hour at a height of 203 cm. It appears that

In particular, Glasnow boasted a top strikeout rate this year, with 162 strikeouts and only 37 walks, with a strikeout to walk ratio of 4.38.Thanks to the Dodgers’ 10-year contract with the Dodgers for an astronomical sum of $700 million, Shohei Otani, a baseball genius who doubles as a pitcher, chose to receive only $20 million in annual salary during the contract period and a unique salary deferral of $680 million after 10 years. ESPN introduced that the team’s management was able to breathe easier, and Glasnow would be paid his annual salary normally without delay.The Dodgers, who have raised their mound by recruiting Ohtani and Glasnow, are also working on signing Japanese pitcher Yoshinobu Yamamoto, who is considered the second best 온라인카지노 player in the free agent (FA) market.

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