I didn’t even make my major league debut…Teenager Contracts for 106.5 Billion Won

I didn’t even make my major league debut…Teenager Contracts for 106.5 Billion Won

A teenager who hasn’t even played Major League Baseball (MLB) yet has signed a mega-deal.

Churrizo becomes the sixth player to sign a long-term contract before becoming a big leaguer, and the largest in franchise history.토토사이트

The previous record was set by Luis Robert, who signed a six-year, $50 million deal with the Chicago White Sox in 2020.

Milwaukee also included a two-year extension and a player option for a salary increase, which, if exercised, could earn him up to $142.5 million.

In 272 career minor league games since joining Milwaukee in 2021, Churri has hit .286 with 312 doubles, 47 home runs, 191 RBI, 194 runs scored, and an OPS of .837.

Churio is a highly touted prospect, ranked No. 3 overall in ESPN’s minor league prospect rankings in August.

Promoted to Triple-A this year, Churio is expected to make his major league debut next year.

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