MLB Houston officially announces contract with special closer Hader…5 years, 127.3 billion won

The Houston Astros in the Major League Baseball (MLB) have hired special closer Josh Hader (30).헤라카지노주소

Houston officially announced on the 23rd (Korea time) that it signed a five-year, $95 million (about 127.3 billion won) contract with Hader.

Hader receives an annual salary of $19 million (about 25.4 billion won) in Houston, and the contract did not include an opt-out clause (acquiring FA qualifications after breaking the contract halfway).

In addition, they can exercise the right to reject trade and will receive a $1 million bonus (about 1.3 billion won) if they win the “Mariano Rivera and Trevor Hoffman Salvation Pitcher of the Year Award.”

Hader’s contract is the best treatment for bullpen pitchers in Major League Baseball on a practical scale.

Last year, Edwin Díaz signed a five-year contract with the New York Mets for a total of 102 million dollars, but 26.5 million dollars of the contract will be deferred after the contract period. Díaz’s contract is estimated to be worth 93.2 million dollars based on the luxury tax (wealth tax) of the Major League.

Hader, the best active Major League closer, played a career-high 349 games in seven seasons, going 20-21 with a 2.50 ERA, 165 saves and 39 holds.

Hader has also been named an All-Star five times and received the Trevor Hoffman Award three times, which is given to the best reliever in the National League.

Last year, he played for the San Diego Padres with 61 games, two wins, three losses, 33 saves, and a 1.28 ERA.

Houston, which recruited Hader, will be able to use Ryan Pressley, the existing closer, in the eighth inning, so it can expect the bullpen to increase its power.

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