Milwaukee Brewers: Gary Sanchez Could Reach Up to $14 Million

Contract Signing: Gary Sanchez to Earn Minimum of 3 Million USD from Milwaukee Brewers

Gary Sanchez, in his latest contract with the Milwaukee Brewers, is set to receive a minimum of 3 million US dollars, which could potentially increase to an additional 4 million within the season.

Contract Dependent on Health of Right Wrist

Key to the contract, however, is Sanchez’s right wrist condition. Altogether, the contract could net him 14 million over a span of two seasons.

Revealed Receiver’s Contract

Revealed on Wednesday, the receiver’s deal entails a salary of 3 million designated for the year of 2024.

Redemption Clause

The contract fittingly involves a redemption clause, which becomes active if the option clause is not utilized. The redemption payment is dependent on the amount of time Sanchez spends in the active lineup, plus the length he’s on MLB’s injured list owing to fractures or ligament tears that don’t involve his right wrist.

The Trade Bonus

Further, the agreement includes a 1-million-dollar bonus should Sanchez be traded.

Career Overview

During his career, Sanchez has achieved a batting average of .217 with 19 home runs and 47 runs batted in across 72 games for the San Diego Padres and an additional three with the New York Mets. Overall, he has secured averages of .225/.309/.469 with 173 home runs and 448 runs batted in, across 741 matches with teams such as the New York Yankees, Minnesota Twins, Padres, and Mets.

William Contreras to Return as Starting Catcher

Last season’s national champions, Central titans, will see William Contreras return as the starting catcher. Contreras has held averages of .289/.367/.457 with 17 home runs and 78 runs batted in.

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