2023 season salary TOP10 revealed… who is number 1?
Who will be the highest paid player next year?
This FA market was no different from a ‘storm’. This is because news of mega deals such as Aaron Judge (30, New York Yankees), Carlos Corea (28, San Francisco Giants), and Trey Turner (30, Philadelphia Phillies) did not cease.
As a result, among local fans, the topic of ‘who will receive the highest salary’ began to rise. MLB.com released the list of ‘2023 MLB Salary TOP 10’ on the 14th (hereinafter local time).
Tied for first place are Max Scherzer (38, New York Mets) and Justin Verlander (39, New York). The two will receive the same amount of 43,333,333 dollars (approximately 56.4 billion won) next year. Scherzer signed a three-year, $130 million (approximately 169.2 billion won) contract, and Verlander agreed to a two-year, $86,666,666 contract with a three-year vesting option.
In third place, Aaron Judge (30, New York Yankees) was named. Judge recently agreed with the New York Yankees on a 9-year, 360 million dollar (approximately 468.5 billion won) mega deal. As a result, he ranked third in the history of multi-year contracts after Mike Trout (31, LA Angels) and Mookie Betts (30, LA Dodgers), as well as the highest FA contract record ever. He receives 40 million dollars (about 52 billion won) this year. 안전놀이터
Jacob deGrom (34, Texas Rangers), Gerrit Cole (32, New York Yankees), Mike Trout, Stephen Strasburg (34, Washington Nationals, tied for 7th), and Anthony Rendon (32) from 4th to 10th, respectively. , LA Angels, tied for 7th), Francisco Lindor (29, New York Mets), Corey Seager (28, Texas, tied for 10th), and Nolan Arenado (31, St. Louis Cardinals) were named.
Below MLB.com calculated annual salary TOP10 amount