Left-handed pitcher Jesús Lusardo (Miami) won a salary arbitration hearing.
The US’MLB.com’ said, “A source told My Finesand that left-handed pitcher Lusardo won a salary arbitration hearing against the Miami Marlins.” won). Miami hasn’t announced that yet.”
‘MLB.com’ reports that Lusardo cannot become a free agent until the end of the 2026 season. It was Lu Sardo’s first season in which he qualified for salary arbitration. Miami offered Lusardo an annual salary of 2.1 million dollars (about 2.6 billion won).” 토토사이트
Lusardo wore the uniform of the Washington Nationals with the overall number 94 in the 3rd round of the 2016 draft. Through the 2017 season trade, the Oakland Athletics Rusardo entered the big league for the first time in the 2019 season.In the first season, he showed potential by recording 6 games, 2 holds, 2 saves, 12 innings, 2 runs (2 ERA), 16 strikeouts and 4 walks with an ERA of 1.50
. 2020 season 12 games (9 starts) 3 wins 2 losses 59 innings 27 runs (27 ERA) average ERA of 4.12 and 2021 season in Oakland 13 games (6 starts) 2 wins 4 losses 1 hold 38 innings 32 runs (29 ERA) He recorded an average ERA of 6.87, and was traded to Miami in July and made a new nest, but he started 12 games and went 4-5, 57⅓ innings, and 41 runs (41 ERA) with an ERA of 6.44.
However, last season it started to show potential again. After appearing in 6 games as a starter, he was listed on the 60-day disabled list due to a left forearm injury, but even after returning, he showed a stable appearance and recorded an average ERA of 3.32 with 40 runs (37 ERA) in 18 starts, 4 wins, 7 losses, 100⅓ innings. ‘MLB.com’ said, “Rusardo will be included in the starting rotation along with Sandy Alcantara, Trevor Rogers, Edward Cabrera and Johnny Cueto.”
This victory is the second victory in the salary adjustment hearing. On the 3rd, Luis Araez won a salary adjustment hearing against Maimay. Araez will earn an annual salary of $6.1 million.
Choi Ji-man will also appear in the annual salary adjustment hearing. Choi Ji-man asked for an annual salary of 5.4 million dollars (approximately 6.7 billion won), and the Pittsburgh Pirates want 4.65 million dollars (approximately 5.8 billion won). Attention is focusing on what will be the outcome of Choi Ji-man’s annual salary adjustment hearing.