Shortstop Bo Bisset (24) and the Toronto Blue Jays, who were about to adjust their salary, found a solution to a multi-year contract.
The Blue Jays announced on the 10th (Korean time) that they had agreed to a contract with Bissett through a press release.
The terms of the contract were also disclosed. 33.6 million dollars (approximately 42.5 billion won) over three years replaces the salary adjustment for the remaining three years. There will be no change in the timing of FA qualification.
Bisset, who is recording service time of 3 years and 63 days, was about to adjust the salary with the club this year when he qualified for the first salary adjustment. The players offered $7.5 million and the club offered $5 million. However, with this multi-year contract agreement, all remaining salary adjustments have been replaced.
The son of Dante Bisset, he began his professional career by being drafted by the Blue Jays in the second round of the 2016 draft. 먹튀검증
He debuted in the big leagues in 2019 and has a batting average of 0.297, an on-base percentage of 0.340 and a slugging percentage of 0.491 in 393 games over four years. He was selected as an All-Star in 2021 and was named in MVP voting for the second year in a row.
In 159 games last season, he recorded a batting average of 0.290, on-base percentage of 0.333, slugging percentage of 0.469, 24 home runs and 93 RBIs, contributing to the team’s advancement to the postseason.
It can’t be said to be a large amount, but considering his career, it is by no means a small amount.
Ken Rosenthal, major league columnist for “The Athletic,” said on the same day that Bisset’s guaranteed amount was the highest in the first three infielders of the previous generation, including Rafael Devers, Josh Donaldson, Manny Machado, Trevor Story, Xander Bogatz, Carlos Correa and Trey Turner. It was introduced that it was more than the amount received through annual salary adjustment.
Among them, there is a difference that Donaldson and Turner received the qualification of ‘Super Two’ and entered salary adjustment from the second year, but the fact that Bisset is being evaluated for the same potential as these players does not seem to change.