Left-handed pitcher Max Fried (29, Atlanta Braves) lost in salary adjustment.
According to MLB.com, the official homepage of the Major League Baseball (MLB) on the 5th (Korean time), Fried was defeated in the Salary Adjustment Committee and an annual salary of 13.5 million dollars (16.9 billion won) was confirmed for the 2023 season. Fried asked for 15 million dollars (18.8 billion won) in annual salary this season, confronting the club. Fried, who won last season’s salary adjustment, tried to get his request for the second year in a row, but the adjustment committee’s choice was the club. Freed requested 6.85 million dollars (8.6 billion won) last year, and the club offered 6.6 million dollars (8.3 billion won). 안전놀이터
Fried was selected by the San Diego Padres with the 7th overall pick in the 1st round of the 2012 draft. He then moved to Atlanta during the Justin Upton trade in December 2014 and made his big league debut in 2017. In 2019, he won 17 wins and stood out, and in 2020, which was a shortened season (162 games per team → 60 games) in the aftermath of the corona, won the National League (NL) Gold Glove (GG) for the first pitcher with an undefeated average ERA of 2.25. did.
Fried’s 2022 season was ‘overwhelming’. He made 30 starts, going 14-7 with a 2.48 earned run average. He played the role of an ace with 185, the most in a single season, and 1/3 innings. He received the NL Pitcher GG for three consecutive years, and was voted second after Sandy Alcantara (Miami Marlins) in the NL Cy Young Award voting. The possibility of a multi-year contract is being discussed. Attention was focused on his salary all season, but he did not receive the amount he wanted.