Toronto officially announces three-year contract with Bissett… Resolves remaining salary adjustment

Reporter Yoon-Jun Ko = The Toronto Blue Jays have resolved the salary adjustment with their starting shortstop Bo Bisset.

Toronto said on the club’s homepage and social media on the 10th (Korean time), “The club has agreed to a three-year, $33.6 million contract with Bissett. It was reported that he decided to guarantee the arbitration qualification for the whole season and three years with the contract.”

The deal doesn’t guarantee an extended period of free agency, but it appears that this choice was made with financial certainty for both sides. Bisset becomes a free agent after the 2025 season.

Bisset debuted in the big leagues for the first time in 2019, and from the 2021 season, he became the main shortstop. Last year, he still showed good form with a batting average of .290, 24 home runs, 93 RBIs, and an OPS of .802. 토토사이트

With $100 million contracts pouring in, three-year, $33.6 million may not seem like a lot. However, it is not small compared to his career and age.

According to ‘The Athletic’ reporter Ken Rosenthal, that amount was for Rafael Devers, Josh Donaldson and Manny Machado. That’s more than what players like Trey Turner and Carlos Correa received through salary adjustments.

Meanwhile, ‘’ predicted, “In addition to Bissett, Toronto can sign an extension contract with Alec Manoa, who finished third in the American League Cy Young Award voting.”

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