Diego Castillo lost in salary adjustment

Right-handed bullpen Diego Castillo (29) lost to the Seattle Mariners in a salary adjustment.

‘MLB.com’ quoted a source on the 2nd (Korean time) and reported that Castillo would lose in salary adjustment with the Mariners and receive an annual salary of 2.95 million dollars (approximately 3.6 billion won) in the 2023 season.

This is the second salary adjustment, Castillo asked for an annual salary of $3.225 million, showing a different opinion from the club, which offered $2.95 million. 메이저사이트

Both sides headed to the mediation committee, and the mediator raised the club’s hand. The Adjustment Committee raises one of the two, the amount suggested by the player or the amount suggested by the team.

Castillo posted a 3.12 ERA in 250 appearances and 259 2/3 innings over five seasons with both the Tampa Bay Rays and Seattle. He pitched in 101 save situations, recording 35 saves with 54 holds and 12 blown saves.

He was traded from Tampa Bay to Seattle ahead of the July 2021 trade deadline. Last season, he pitched 54 1/3 innings in 59 games, posting a 3.64 earned run average, 1.141 WHIP, 0.8 home runs per 9 innings, 3.6 walks and 8.8 strikeouts.

Seattle has previously agreed to a multi-year contract with Dylan Moore, and has also finalized salary adjustments with Castillo. The only remaining subject is Teosca Hernandez.

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