STL & Mycholas, ‘2 years 52 billion’ extension… US media “It will be a useful point for RYU”

Miles Mycholas, who has been exported back to the major leagues through the Yomiuri Giants of the Japanese professional baseball, has signed an extension contract with the St. Louis Cardinals.

On the 25th (Korean time), local multiple media outlets, including the US’The Athletic’, said, “The St. Louis Cardinals have agreed to a two-year, $40 million (approximately 52 billion won) contract extension with Miles Michaels.”

Mycholas entered the pro stage after being drafted by the San Diego Padres with the 204th overall pick in the 7th round of the 2009 draft. My Colas stepped on the big league stage in 2012 and played an active role in his debut season with an average ERA of 3.62 with 2 wins, 1 loss and 1 hold in 25 games, but he only played 2 games the following year. And in 2013, he went 2-5 with a 6.44 ERA in 10 games for the Texas Rangers, then turned his attention to Japan. 스포츠토토

Michaelas went 13-3 with a 1.92 ERA in 21 games for the Yomiuri Giants in 2015. In the 2016 season, he went 4-2 with an ERA of 2.45 in 14 games, but in 2017, he went 14-8 with an ERA of 2.25 in 27 games, and was called up to the major leagues again.

Mycholas, who signed a contract with St. Louis, digested 200⅔ innings in 32 games in the 2018 season, and succeeded in a soft landing with an average ERA of 2.83 with 18 wins and 4 losses. And in 2023, he was selected as the US team for the World Baseball Classic (WBC), which helped the US win the runner-up.

Mycholas’ contract with St. Louis was due to expire after the 2023 season. But St. Louis moved quickly. By signing an extension contract before the existing contract with Mycholas expires, he will be able to retain Mycholas for another two years.

“This contract is a big move for St. Louis,” said The Athletic. ‘s concerns have decreased. Initially, a three-year, $45 million (approximately KRW 58.5 billion) contract was expected, but we agreed to a larger contract for a shorter period.”

The media predicted that Michaelas’ contract would also affect Ryu Hyun-jin, who will qualify for free agency after the 2023 season. ‘The Athletic’ said, “Mycholas’ annual average of $20 million (about 26 billion won) will be a useful data point for pitchers seeking short-term contracts this winter.” there is,” he added.

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