Texas signed Robertson.

Mark Paynesand of MLB.com said the Texas Rangers signed right-hander David Robertson on Jan. 27 (Korea Standard Time).

According to Paynesand, Robertson, who was informed of the contract agreement on the 26th, officially signed the contract after completing the physical examination process.

The contract is a one-plus-one-year contract. Paynesand said Robertson will receive a salary of $5 million for the 2024 season, and has a $7 million mutual option (buyout of $1.5 million) for the 2025 season, with a total guarantee of $11.5 million. Of the total, $1 million will not be paid during the contract period, but will be paid in five years between 2027 and 2031.

Born in 1985, veteran Robertson played in the big leagues for 15 seasons. He made his debut with the New York Yankees in 2008, and played for the Yankees, Chicago White Sox, Philadelphia Phillies, Tampa Bay Rays, Chicago Cubs, New York Mets, and Miami Marlins. His overall big league record is 804.2 innings in 793 games, 63-42-162 holds, 175 saves, and 2.90 ERA.

Last year, he started his season with the Mets and finished it with the Miami Marlins. He pitched in 62 games and 65.1 innings, and posted 6 wins, 6 losses, 10 holds, 18 saves, and an ERA of 3.03. He pitched solidly even at the age of 38. He became the 14th pitcher in Major League history to strike out 1,000 in total. 헤라카지노도메인

Texas Rangers, which won its first World Series title last year, left the team as free agents Will Smith and Aroldis Chapman, who played as the core players of the bullpen. They need a new pitcher to take care of the back door. Robertson is a candidate to take over as the Texas closer this year.

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