Sunday Mar 26, 2023

The wallet of the Mets wallet never dries… 4-year contract extension agreement with NL batting champion

 The New York Mets’ wallet has not been closed yet. It has agreed to a contract extension with infielder Jeff McNeil (31), who is the team’s first batting average and the National League’s batting average.

On the 28th (Korean time),, the official homepage of Major League Baseball, reported that McNeil had agreed to an extension contract with his team, the Mets. The size is 4 years, 50 million dollars (about 61.7 billion won), and can be increased to 63.75 million dollars (about 78.7 billion won) with an option.

McNeil is a Mets franchise star. He joined the Mets with the 356th overall pick in the 12th round of the 2013 Major League Baseball Draft, then made his 2018 big league debut. Over five seasons, he recorded a batting average of 0.307 (564 hits in 1837 at-bats), 46 homers, 214 RBIs, and an OPS of 0.828 in 516 games, emerging as the core of the team’s offense. In his last season, he was the National League batting leader with a batting average of .326 (174 hits in 533 at-bats).

McNeil has many strengths on defense as well as outstanding offense. He can play second base, third base and corner outfield, giving the team a lot of options.

The Mets have received a lot of attention by signing several large contracts this offseason. Signed a contract with veteran pitcher Justin Verlander (40) for a total of 86 million dollars (approximately 106.2 billion won) over 2 years, and Senga Godai (30), who challenged the major leagues as a free agent, for 5 years and 75 million dollars (approximately 92.6 billion won) recruited into

In addition, although the recruitment was canceled due to a medical issue, they are working hard to reinforce the lineup enough to propose a special contract for shortstop Carlos Correa (29, 12 years, about 389 billion won). 토토사이트

The Mets, who succeeded in extending the contract with McNeil, will do their best to extend the contract with Pete Alonso (29), the main batter of the remaining offseason team. ‘’ explained the Mets’ goals for the rest of the season, writing, “The Mets, who made the most lavish spending in major league history last December (off-season), have no agenda left other than extending Alonso’s contract.”


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