MLB Minnesota signs a 4-year contract extension with Lopez, the ‘strikeout leader’, for 97 billion won

The Minnesota Twins, which are running for first place in the American League (AL) Central District, signed a multi-year contract with starting pitcher Pablo Lopez (27) early on.

American sports media ESPN reported on the 18th (Korean time) that Minnesota signed a 4-year contract with Lopez for $73.5 million (approximately KRW 97 billion).

Born in Venezuela, Lopez played for the Miami Marlins until last year and wore the ‘twin’ uniform through a trade in January this year.

At the time, Minnesota carried out a 1-3 trade to receive Lopez, infielder Jose Salas (20), and outfielder Byron Churio (18) instead of sending Luis Arares (26), who took first place in the 2022 season, to Miami.

Lopez has started 4 games this season and is 1-1 with a 1.73 ERA.

In particular,안전놀이터 he struck out 33 in 26 innings, leading the majors overall.

Since his 2018 season debut, his career major league record is 29-32 with a 3.83 earned run average.

Lopez, whose annual salary this year is 5.45 million dollars (approximately 7.2 billion won), will obtain free agent qualification after the 2024 season, but decided to sign a multi-year contract early and continue his stable career as a player.

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