LAA Word Wins Salary Adjustment… 6.4 Billion Won Confirmed, Not 5.7 Billion Won

According to the New York Post John Heyman on the 7th (Korea time), Ward won the salary adjustment against the Angels and will receive $4.8 million (6.4 billion won) in salary in 2024. The salary adjustment committee judged that Ward’s demand was more reasonable than the $4.3 million (5.7 billion won) suggested by the Angels.마카오카지노도메인

Ward, who was selected as the 26th overall pick in the first round of the 2015 rookie draft, has emerged as a key player of his team with 23 home runs and 65 RBIs in 2022. Last year, he played in 97 games and posted a batting average of 0.253 (90 hits in 356 times at bat) with 14 home runs and 57 RBIs, down from the previous year. However, the salary adjustment committee sided with Ward. As a result, his annual salary, which was 2.7 million dollars, rose vertically over 2 million dollars.

Meanwhile, Baltimore Orioles outfielder Austin Hayes also won in salary adjustment. Hayes, who had 16 home runs last year, had failed to reach an agreement with the club that requested 6.3 million U.S. dollars and offered 5.85 million dollars.

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