MLB San Francisco signs 5-year contract extension with pitcher Webb for 117.5 billion won

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The San Francisco Giants of the American Professional Baseball (MLB) signed an early extension contract with Logan Webb, who was the starting pitcher for the opening game.

San Francisco announced on the 15th (hereinafter Korean time) that it had signed an extension contract with Webb to pay a total of $90 million (about 117.5 billion won) from 2024 to 2028.

Webb, who receives an annual salary of $4.6 million this season, will receive $8 million in 2024, the first year of his extended contract, and $12 million in 2025.

In 2026 and 2027, he is expected to receive $23 million in salary, which has risen sharply, and in 2028, the last year of his contract, $24 million is set.

Webb also included in the contract a condition of receiving a $1 million bonus from the opposing team if traded.

Webb, who was born near San Francisco and grew up as a Giants fan, debuted in the big leagues in 2019 and went 31-22 with a 3.52 ERA.토토사이트

Last year, Webb, who recorded 15 wins and 9 losses and an ERA of 2.90, grew into the team’s ace, and was dropped as the first starter this season.

However, Webb is recording 3 losses without a win and an earned run average of 4.76 in his 3 games this season.

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