Bullpen led Philadelphia to WS, 2-year, $7.25 million extension contract

Reporter Yoon-Jun Ko = Philadelphia Phillies Serantoni Dominguez, who performed tremendously in the postseason last year, signed a two-year contract extension.

Philadelphia officially announced on its official website on the 16th (Korean time), “The club has signed a two-year contract extension with right-handed pitcher Dominguez.”

The exact length of the contract was not disclosed, but according to ‘MLB.com’, it is a two-year, $7.5 million contract. Dominguez will receive $2.5 million for the 2023 season, $4.25 million for the 2024 season, and includes an $8 million club option for the 2025 season and a $500,000 buyout. 카지노

A native of the Dominican Republic, Dominguez signed with Philadelphia in 2011 on an international amateur contract. He stepped on the big league stage for the first time in the 2018 season, and has been active as a bullpen pitcher to this day. He went 11-10 with a 3.14 ERA, 38 holds, 25 saves and 165 strikeouts for his career.

Last year, he went 6-5 with a 3.00 ERA, 15 holds, 9 saves and 61 strikeouts. In particular, he played a great role in the postseason with 2 wins in 9 games, an ERA of 1.69, 2 holds, 1 save and 18 strikeouts. Philadelphia failed to win but advanced to the World Series nobody expected, and Dominguez played a big role.

“It’s a really special day for me and my family,” Dominguez said. I love Philadelphia and want to stay here forever. The game is where I need to be,” he said.

He’ll be expected to fill a closer role this season, forming the bullpen alongside Jose Alvarado and newly acquired Gregory Soto, Craig Kimbrel and Matt Strahm.

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