Nightmare’s seven-year contract Yuriy Strasburg another season-out crisis
Steven Strasburg, who has fallen into a glass body, is on the verge of being out of the season again.
John Hayman, a columnist for the New York Post, reported on the 19th (Korea Standard Time) that Strasburg, who is on the 60-day injured list, has still not been scheduled to return, and is likely to miss the rest of the season due to nerve problems.
Strasburg began his professional career in 2009 with Washington’s nomination as the No. 1 player in the first round. He won 10 wins over six years from 2014 to 2019, and in 2019, he won the most wins with 18 wins, 6 losses, and ERA 3.32 in 2019. He also became the World Series MVP, contributing greatly to Washington’s victory.
Washington presented Strasburg with a seven-year, $245 million contract. The contract was criticized a lot at the time. He has 113 wins (62 losses) in his career, but he is not a very healthy player.
And the criticism has become a reality. Strasburg has only appeared in eight games for three years due to major and minor injuries since his contract. Although he seemed to be finally returning this season, his long-term contract is coming as a bigger nightmare as he was injured in one game.
Washington is currently focusing on signing Juan Soto, but he also rejected a 15-year total of $440 million. There is an opinion that Strasburg offered too much salary, which affected the contract with Soto 토토추천사이트
Strasburg’s annual salary this season is $35 million, and the contract will continue until 2026. Attention is focusing on what Strasburg will look like in Washington