Reporter Kim Kyung-yoon = Ryu Hyun-jin’s teammate, infielder Bo Bisset (25), agreed to a three-year contract extension with his team, the Toronto Blue Jays.
MLB.com reported on the 8th (Korean time), “Bissett has decided to sign a multi-year contract with Toronto, a major league in American professional baseball (MLB), with a contract period of three years.” “The specific size of the contract is not known.”
Bisset, who made his big league debut in Toronto in 2019, has been active since the 2021 season.
He played in 159 games last season and had a batting average of 0.290, 24 homers and 93 RBIs.
Bisset will qualify as a free agent (FA) after the 2025 season.
The reason why Toronto signed an extension with Bisset, who has three years left until the qualification for free agency, is to avoid blushing in the process of negotiating salary.
Recently, the Toronto club offered $5 million as an annual salary for the 2023 season, but Bisset demanded $7.5 million and the negotiations broke down. 바카라사이트
If the two sides cannot reach an agreement by the 10th, they will confront each other at the Salary Adjustment Committee.
The Toronto club decided to sign an ‘extension contract’ with Bisset to pre-determine the annual salary for the remaining period until the acquisition of FA, and Bisset also responded.
MLB.com explained that “Toronto has resolved financial uncertainty as it sets the amount of spending due to Bissett over the next three years.”
Bisset has also been able to avoid unnecessary wars of attrition until his FA acquisition period.
Local media predicted Bissett’s contract size to be around $33.5 million over three years.