Araez and Luzado..MIA, consecutive losses in salary adjustment to players from the same agency

Luzado won the salary adjustment.’s Marc Feinsand said on February 4 (Korean time) that Jesus Luzado won a salary adjustment against the Miami Marlins.

According to Paynesand, Luzado, who was eligible for the first salary adjustment application this time, requested an annual salary of $ 2.45 million for the 2023 season, and Miami offered $ 2.1 million. The two sides could not reach an agreement, so they went to the conciliation committee, and the committee sided with Luzado.

Ruzado started 18 games last year, pitched 100.1 innings, went 4-7 with a 3.32 ERA. Although he was absent for a long time due to injury, he showed stable pitching.

The Peruvian lefty, born in 1997, was drafted by the Washington Nationals in the third round of the 2016 draft and traded for Sean Doolittle to the Oakland Athletics along with Blake Treynen in the summer of 2017. He made his big-league debut in Oakland in 2019 and was traded for Starling Marte during the 2021 season in a Miami uniform.

Luzado, who was evaluated as an overall TOP 10 prospect by Baseball America for two consecutive years in the 2019-2020 season, did not show a very good appearance at the beginning of his debut. 안전놀이터 He finished the shortened season with 12 games, 59 innings, 3 wins, 2 losses, and an earned run average of 4.12, ranking 8th in the American League Rookie of the Year voting, but in the 2021 season, he pitched 95.1 in 25 games, 6 wins, 9 losses, and an ERA of 6.61 with both teams. His career performance in four big league seasons was 61 games, 266.2 innings, 13 wins and 18 losses, and an earned run average of 4.59.

Ruzado is a player who signed an agency contract with ‘MVP Sports Group’. MVP Sports Group also won Luzado’s salary adjustment, following another client, Luis Arraez. Araez held salary negotiations with his former team, the Minnesota Twins, but the mediation committee’s decision was made after moving to Miami. The Miami team suffered a series of annual salary adjustment losses to two players managed by the same agency. 

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