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Dodgers renew two-year, $9 million contract with right-hander Br

VoiceTranslation Settings Adjusting font sizePrint Listen to voice translation settings The Los Angeles Dodgers have re-signed with a proven bullpen.

Local media, including the New York Post, reported on the 6th (Korea Standard Time) that the Dodgers agreed to a two-year, $9 million (KRW 12 billion 19.5 million) contract with right-hander Ryan Brazier.

If all of the included incentive provisions are implemented, the total value of the contract will increase to $13 million.

The news came shortly after news broke that left-hander Caleb Ferguson was heading to the New York Yankees. Caleb's departure was filled by another player in an instant.

With this contract, Brazier will play for the Dodgers for the second consecutive year.

Last season was good. He joined the Dodgers on a minor league contract after being released by the Boston Red Sox during the season.

Afterwards, he joined the big league roster and pitched 38 2/3 innings in 39 games, showing an overwhelming pitching performance with an ERA of 0.70. He posted a WHIP of 0.724, 0.2 home runs, 2.3 walks and 8.8 strikeouts per nine innings.

It was a completely different situation from the previous 20 games and 7.29 ERA that he pitched in Boston.

In seven seasons in the majors, he appeared in 268 games, recording 9 wins, 8 losses, 57 holds, 10 saves, and a 3.88 ERA.

In 2018, he contributed to Boston's World Series victory. Send private email
Tuesday, February 6, 2024
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