‘Super utility’ Dylan Moore (31), who has experience in all positions except catcher, has agreed to a multi-year contract with his team, the Seattle Mariners.
Local media such as ‘ESPN’ reported on the 2nd (Korean time) that Moore and the Mariners had agreed to a three-year, $8.875 million (approximately 10.8 billion won) contract.
Moore, who is recording 4 years of service time, skipped the remaining salary adjustment with this contract and delayed the acquisition of free agent qualification by 1 year.
According to ESPN, the contract does not include options and could total more than $9 million depending on conditions. 메이저놀이터
Moore, who signed with the Mariners in November 2018, debuted in the big leagues in 2019 and recorded a batting average of 0.208, on-base percentage of 0.317, and slugging percentage of 0.384 in 381 games over four years. He posted an on-base percentage of 0.368 in the 2022 season, his highest since his debut.
Although he did not show outstanding performance in terms of hitting, he is a player with the advantage of being able to play a variety of roles. He can play any position except catcher. He also pitched in the 2019 season.