San Diego’s 22-year-old Tatis is pushing for a 10-year, $300 million contract.
The San Diego Padres of the U.S. Major League Baseball are pushing for a 10-year, 300 million U.S. dollars contract with Fernando Tatis Jr. (22) for more than 10 years 토토사이트
Citing reporter John Heyman of MLB.com on the 11th (Korea time), the U.S.-based Bleach Report said, “Tatis Jr. and San Diego Padres are pushing for a contract extension that can reach more than 300 million dollars for 10 years.” Tatis batted .277 with 17 home runs and 45 RBIs in 59 games last season, ranking fourth in the National League MVP voting.
According to the media, if Tatis signs a deal with San Diego on such terms, it will be recorded as the largest amount in the history of the major league. The previous record was $120 million for eight years by Elvis Andrus of the Texas Rangers and $120 million for six years by Sandor Bogert of the Boston Red Sox.
The San Diego Padres recently acquired Kim Ha-sung, pitchers Blake Snell and Darvish You, expressing their desire to win the World Series. It is interesting to see if San Diego, which continues to make extensive moves, can succeed in signing a long-term contract with Tatis.