Manny Machado (31), who recently expressed his willingness to execute an opt-out, signed a virtual lifetime contract with the San Diego Padres. An amazing deal came out.

ESPN, an American sports channel, reported on the 27th (Korean time) that San Diego and Machado had agreed to an 11-year, $350 million contract.

This is an annual average of $31.82 million. The former club’s trade veto was included, and the opt-out clause was not included. A de facto contract for life.

Machado turns 31 in the 2023 season. In other words, in the 2033 season, he will become a 41-year-old veteran. Accordingly, this contract corresponds to a de facto lifelong contract.

Earlier, San Diego offered Machado five years and $105 million. Afterward, Machado publicly expressed dissatisfaction with San Diego’s offer.

In the end, the side that knelt down was San Diego. As a result, Machado signed a 15-year, $470 million contract with San Diego, including contract terms from the 2019 season. 토토사이트

This is because San Diego signed a 10-year, $300 million contract with Machado ahead of the 2019 season. Machado has already received $120 million from San Diego.

Adding this to future payments brings the total to $470 million. Machado also became one of the players to earn more than $500 million with the deal.

Machado ranked second in the National League Most Valuable Player (MVP) with a batting average of 0.298 and 32 home runs OPS of 0.898 in 150 games last year.

In addition, Machado played more than 150 games every year for 7 years from 2015 to last year (excluding the shortened season in 2020). He appeared in all 60 games in 2020.

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