Reporter Kwon Hyeok-jun = Miami Marlins left-hander Jesus Luzardo (26) won the salary adjustment.
The Major League Salary Adjustment Committee announced on the 4th (Korean time) that it sided with Luzardo as a result of the salary adjustment hearing filed by the Miami club and Luzardo.
Previously, the Miami club offered 2.1 million dollars (2.62 billion won), and Luzardo asked for 2.45 million dollars (3.06 billion won). 토토사이트
Luzardo, a left-handed pitcher from Peru, appeared in 18 games last year and pitched 100⅓ innings, recording 4 wins and 7 losses with an ERA of 3.32.
Luzardo missed from May to July due to injury, but since his return, he has been consistently in the rotation. He particularly showed his outstanding strikeout ability, as he struck out 120 in 100⅓ innings.
Luzardo, who exercised his personal first salary adjustment qualification, also got the desired salary.
Luzardo is expected to be one of Miami’s starters in the new season. Miami has a solid starting lineup, including last year’s National League Cy Young Award winner Sandy Alcantara, Trevor Rogers, Edward Cabrera, and Johnny Cueto.