Kia’s 32 home run giant brother, 6 billion annual salary ‘tears’ even after 30 home runs in ML

Recorded 30 homers for two consecutive years in the major leagues, but do not receive the desired annual salary?

Houston Astros left-hander Kyle Tucker (26) bowed his head at the Salary Adjustment Committee. Multiple US media outlets, including ‘ESPN’, reported on the 10th (Korean time) that “Tucker lost in the Salary Adjustment Committee.”

Initially, Tucker requested an annual salary of 7.5 million dollars (approximately 9.5 billion won), and the Houston team responded with 5 million dollars 카지노. As the two sides could not reach an agreement, they eventually headed to the Salary Adjustment Committee, and the Salary Adjustment Committee sided with the club.

Tucker, who made his major league debut in Houston in 2018, exploded with a batting average of .294, 30 home runs, 92 RBIs and 14 steals in 2021, and last year also batted .257 with 30 home runs, 107 RBIs and 25 steals, achieving close to the 30 home runs-30 steals club. Tried to win. In addition to being selected as an All-Star for the first time in his life, he was recognized for his defense and even won a Gold Glove. In the World Series against the Philadelphia Phillies, his batting average was only .190, but he hit two home runs and helped the team win.

Will Tucker’s 2023 annual salary be confirmed at $5 million? There is also the possibility that Tucker and Houston’s contract extension may be discussed, so it is interesting to watch. Houston’s general manager Dana Brown has already left a message that she hopes for a multi-year contract with Tucker. If Tucker does not sign an extension with Houston, he is expected to qualify for free agency after the end of the 2025 season.

Tucker is also the younger brother of Preston Tucker (33), who played in the KBO league. His older brother Preston joined the KIA Tigers in 2019, hit .311 with 9 homers and 50 RBIs, and succeeded in renewing the contract. He played for KIA in 2021, but the result was a batting average of .237, 9 homers and 59 RBIs. Last year, while playing for Triple-A with the Atlanta Braves, he batted .267 with nine homers and 47 RBI. His major league career has stalled in 2018.

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