Two-year, 4.3 million-dollar deal to avoid salary adjustment with the Barnes Dodgers.
The Los Angeles Dodgers and Austin Barnes (26), who were about to adjust their salary, have successfully agreed to a contract.
“MLB.com” quoted a source on February 15 (Korean time) as saying, “Da”Jus and catcher Barnes have agreed to a two-year, $4.3 million contract and avoided a salary adjustment 토토사이트
Barnes initially hoped for $2 million, but the Dodgers did not comply. The Dodgers offered 1.5 million dollars. The two sides failed to narrow their differences and eventually applied for a salary adjustment.
However, the Dodgers and Barnes signed a multi-year contract before the salary adjustment committee was held. According to Ken Rosenthal of MLB Network, Barnes will receive an annual salary of 1.8 million dollars, including 300,000 dollars in down payment, in 2021 and 2.5 million dollars in 2022 season.
Moreover, if he plays more than 70 games and 80 games in 2021 season, his next season’s salary will increase by 100,000 dollars. If he plays more than 70 games and 80 games in 2022, he will receive an incentive of $100,000.
Barnes, who made his big league debut in 2015, has played only for the Dodgers. Barnes, who played as a backup catcher last season, played in 29 games with a batting average of 0.244 1 home run and 9 RBIs and OPS 0.667. He silently supported Will Smith to win the 2020 World Series.