The club won the first salary referee this year.
Seattle Mariners right-hander Digo Castillo will receive an annual salary of $2.95 million this year. At the salary adjustment hearing, the panelists sided with the Seattle club.
The Associated Press reported on the 2nd (Korean time), “The Seattle Mariners won the first salary adjustment referee of the year against Castillo.” I chose the club that offered $2.95 million,’ it reported.
Castillo pitched in relief in 59 games last year, recording 7 wins, 3 losses, 9 holds, 7 saves, and an ERA of 3.64. Debuting in the major leagues at the Tampa Bay Rays in 2018, he is a top-notch bullpen with a career record of 52 holds, 35 saves, and a 3.12 ERA. Even after moving to Seattle through a trade in July 2021, he helped lead the team to the playoffs with 토토사이트 a strong slider and four-seam and sinker in the mid- to late-90s.
It is a 37.2% increase from last year’s $2.15 million, but Castillo is left with regret. Castillo will become a free agent after the 2024 season.
Seattle has one key player ahead of a salary adjustment referee. This is outfielder Teosca Hernandez, acquired from the Toronto Blue Jays this offseason. Seattle has offered $14 million, and Hernandez is asking for $16 million. His annual salary last year was $10.65 million.
This offseason, 33 players applied for salary adjustments, and until this day, eight players agreed on salary conditions before the hearing and canceled their referee requests. The salary adjustment hearing will be held until the 18th.