‘Full-time 1st year’ Cleveland, hot investment of 167.9 billion

March 29, 2023 0 Comments

Cleveland is about to sign a long-term contract extension with Andres Jimenez.

The Cleveland Guardians of the American Major League are about to sign a contract extension of up to eight years with second baseman Jimenez.

Cleveland vice president Chris Antonetti was confident that at least one contract extension would be completed before the season. And it was true. The lucky man is second baseman Jimenez.

Jimenez is a rookie second baseman who appeared like a comet last season. He joined the New York Mets in 2020, and immediately transferred to Cleveland in 2021, going back and forth between the major and minor leagues. And he exploded his potential last season. Jimenez, who took over as the starting second baseman, played 146 games and recorded a batting average of .297, 17 homers, 69 RBIs and 20 stolen bases.안전놀이터 Defense was more important than offense. He even won a Golden Glove for his impeccable defensive skills. He became an All-Star for the first time in his career, and finished 6th in American League MVP voting. In recognition of this achievement, he was also selected to represent Venezuela in the World Baseball Classic.

There is no reason for Cleveland not to catch a player who has proven his skills like this early. He quickly became a favorite of Cleveland fans. MLB.com, the official website of Major League Baseball in the United States, reported that Cleveland will sign a 7-year, $106.5 million contract. And there’s an eight-year, $23 million club option. It is a ‘Mega Deal’ with a total of 129.5 million dollars (approximately 167.9 billion won) over 8 years.

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