The St. Louis Cardinals have extended a contract with baseball division president John Mozeliak through 2025.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch said on the 14th (Korean time), “The Cardinals and John Mozeliak have agreed to a two-year extension contract to assume the position of president of the baseball division until 2025.” to lead the Cardinals. He remodeled his spring training facilities to a modern style, maintained his big league rotation, and made sure he was able to cope with the investment stance of his National League rivals,’ he said.
President Mozeliac’s existing contract was due to expire at the end of this season.
St. Louis CEO Bill DeWitt Jr. revealed the background of the moderation, saying, “I wanted to finalize the contract with President Moseliac this spring. I have been leading the Cardinals baseball team since I took over as vice president and general manager of the Cardinals in November 2007.” 바카라사이트
CEO DeWitt said at a winter warm-up event last month, “He is the best manager among baseball people. Above all, he has done a great job for us. I strongly support his ability as president of the baseball team. How can I not extend the contract with him?” Do you have it? I didn’t even have to talk at length about it.”
If Mozeliak completes this contract, he will set a record as the longest general manager or president in the history of the St. Louis club for 132 years. Currently, he is leading the $108 million modernization of Palm Beach, Florida’s Spring Camp facility.
Since 2008, when President Moseliac took over as general manager, St. Louis has achieved a win rate of over 50% for 15 consecutive years until last year, advanced to the postseason 10 times, won the World Series once, finished runner-up once, and advanced to the League Championship Series three times. scored etc. Founded in 1882, many experts say that the golden age of St. Louis is now.
Mozeliac took over as general manager in November 2007. He joined the Colorado Rockies in 1993 and began his career as a front desk coordinator. During his time in Colorado, he also did power analysis and pitched batting balls to hitters.
When then Colorado vice-captain Walt Joe Kitty moved to St. Louis, he took Mozeliac with him. After working in the scouting department, he was promoted to scouting team leader in 1999, and recruited promising players such as Albert Pujols and Yadier Molina, laying the foundation for the current St. Louis team.