175 billion won. Three years in a row after signing a mega contract, he’ll have to pay 50 billion won more over the next two years to become a big MLB hitter.
There is a player who recorded a batting average of around 10 percent for three years after signing a huge contract worth 161 million dollars (175 billion won).
Chris Davis, who recorded 53 home runs, 138 RBIs, 47 home runs and 117 RBIs in 2013, re-signed with the Baltimore Orioles for $61 billion (175 billion won) in seven years. His annual salary is 23 million dollars (25 billion won).
Baltimore will have to pay him 46 million U.S. dollars 토토사이트
In the 2016 season, when Davis re-signed, his batting average was only .221, but he saved 38 home runs and 84 RBIs.
However, it has since been on the decline.
He batted just .215 in the 2017 season, 26 home runs and 61 RBIs, and fell to the batting average of around 10 percent for three consecutive seasons from the 2018 season to the 2020 season. He also had only 28 home runs in three seasons.
In the 2020 season, he failed to hit a single home run and recorded his worst batting average of 0.115. The winning margin (WAR) compared to the substitute was minus 0.9, which hurt the team.
With such sub-expected results, U.S. media outlets rushed to pick him as the worst contractor.
According to Radio Dotcom’s recent selection of the “worst contract of the 12th active player”, Miguel Cabrera’s eight-year, $248 million contract with the Detroit Tigers ranked second. His contract is still three years away. They have to pay 30 million dollars every year.
Cabrera has been on the decline since the 2017 season. In the 2020 season, he batted just 10 homers with a .250 batting average.
The third place winner was Albert Pujols (LA Angels), who signed a 10-year, 240 million-dollar contract. The 2021 season is the last year. You have to pay 30 million dollars.
Pujols hit only six home runs in the 2020 season.
In addition, Chris Sale (Boston Red Sox) ranked fourth with $145 million in five years, while the Cincinnati Reds’ 10-year, $225 million contract with Joey Votto was ranked fifth.
The following is the contract from 6th to 12th place.
Sixth place. Giancarlo Stanton: $325 million in 13 years.
#7 Jason Heyward: $184 million in 8 years
#8 Buster Positions: $159 million in 8 years
#9 Stephen Strasburg: $245 million in seven years.
10th place. Andrew McGurchen: 50 million dollars for three years.
11th. David Price: $217 million in seven years.
12th. Dexter Fowler: 5 years, 82.5 million dollars.