You fired an employee for a $100 million loss, and you got a bad look at the LAD Bauer combination.
The view of the combination of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Trevor Bauer is not that small.
North American sports media “DAsletic” announced on the 16th (Korean time) that 30 Major League teams ranked off-season power rankings. The Dodgers, which signed a three-year, $12 million contract with Trevor Bauer, the biggest pitcher in the free agent market, ranked fourth overall 먹튀검증사이트
The Dodgers are the champions of last year’s World Series, classified as a team that continues to pursue WinNow. However, the Dodgers’ astronomical investment is not very favorable. In November last year, the Dodgers laid off some of its employees as the novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19) caused zero attendance and reduced income. At the time, the Dodgers said, “We tried to minimize the impact on our employees, but due to the continued financial crisis, we had no choice but to make a difficult decision. It’s a heart-breaking decision.” A loss of $100 million is reported.
However, he signed a large contract that was equivalent to a loss. “In 2020, the Dodgers lost $100 million and fired employees. “But the huge losses did not stop us from exceeding the luxury tax limit in February this year,” he said. “We expected a $34 million contract with Justin Turner. But the $12 million deal with Bauer was unexpected.
The Dodgers have to pay Bauer 40 million dollars this year and 45 million dollars next year. He also signed a two-year, $34 million contract with Turner, which requires an annual salary of $17 million. For the Dodgers, which are full of high-paid players such as Clayton Kershaw, Mookie Betts, and David Price, it is expected to surpass the $210 million luxury tax limit this year.
Adding an opt-out clause every year to a three-year contract is not very favorable to the Dodgers. He also recalled that negotiations with Tuta franchise stars Kershaw and Corey Seager would be a huge risk. “Bauer’s contract is likely to be $85 million in two years, not three years,” the media said. “This is a ball harmony that can complicate future re-contract negotiations with Kershaw and Seager, the icons of the franchise,” he explained.
Kershaw broke the remaining contract after the 2018 season, signed an extension contract for three years and $93 million, and the contract period ends this year. Kershaw said, “There has been no discussion on the extension contract yet,” and added, “I want to find an answer.” A large contract with Bauer seems to be holding back negotiations on an extended contract with Kershaw, and the media pointed out that the contract with Bauer could make everything go wrong.
Meanwhile, most of the Korean Major Leaguers’ teams have made steady progress in strengthening their power, ranking at the top. The San Diego Padres, which recruited Kim Ha-sung, Darvish Yu, Blake Snell, and Joe Musgrove, ranked first overall. The media said, “San Diego, which blossomed as the 2020 championship candidate, aims to increase the number of starters this winter.” “I set that goal high and achieved it,” he said. “It may not be enough to surpass the Dodgers, but I have nothing more to hope for this winter.”
Kim Kwang-hyun’s St. Louis Cardinals also ranked third overall. Gold Glove third baseman Nolan Arenado was recruited and veterans Yadier Molina and Adam Wainwright remained. “The St. Louis Cardinals, who had been quiet all season, woke up with Arenado. “If I hadn’t signed Wainwright and Molina, I would have been grinning my teeth.
Ryu Hyun-jin’s Toronto Blue Jays were also ranked fifth. It has recruited George Springer, Marcus Semien, and Kirby Yates. “Springer, who has become Toronto’s hope of becoming a best man in the FA market, will have more opportunities for fall baseball for six years,” the media said. “If Yates can’t throw like he did in the 2019 All-Star selection, upgrading the pitching staff could be useless.”