Right-handed pitcher Pablo Lopez (27) has agreed to an extension contract with the Minnesota Twins.
Local media including CBS Sports reported on the 18th (Korean time) that Lopez signed a 4-year contract extension with Minnesota for a total of 73.5 million dollars (97 billion won). The term of this contract is 2024-2027. Originally, Lopez was scheduled to be released as a free agent (FA) after the 2024 season. MLB.com, the official website of the Major League Baseball (MLB), said, “If this contract is formalized, it will be the highest pitcher in the history of the club, surpassing Irvin Santana’s 4-year, 50 million dollars (66 billion won) announced ahead of the 2015 season.”
Lopez was traded to Minnesota from the Miami Marlins in January. 먹튀검증Minnesota, which needed to strengthen its starting lineup, endured the blood loss of American League batting champion Luis Araes last year. It was a bold choice, but the effect was perfect. Lopez’s performance this season is 1-1 with an ERA of 1.73 in 4 games. He’s responsible for the rotation alongside Joe Ryan (3 wins, 2.84 ERA) and Sonny Gray (2 wins, 0.53 ERA).
Debuting in the big leagues in 2018, Lopes’ career (6 years) record is 29-32 with an ERA of 3.83. He pitched the first regular innings of his debut last year, recording a career-high 10-10 ERA of 3.75.