Atlanta, home town star Rookie Harris and…
Atlanta signed a long-term contract with Harris.
The Atlanta Braves signed an eight-year contract with outfielder Michael Harris II on Aug. 17.
The Atlanta club announced on the same day that it has signed a contract with Harris that guarantees a total of $72 million in eight years by 2030.
There are $15 million club options and $5 million buyout in the 2031 season, $20 million club options and $5 million buyout in the 2032 season.
It is a contract that can grow in size up to 10 years and $102 million.
Harris earns $5 million each in the 2023-2024 season and $8 million each in the 2025-2026 season.
They earn $9 million in the 2027 season and $10 million in the 2028-2029 season, respectively, and $12 million in the 2030 season.
Harris, a left-handed left-handed outfielder born in 2001, was nominated by Atlanta in the third round of the 2019 rookie draft.
Harris, who was selected as a TOP 100 prospect ahead of this season, made his big league debut in May and established himself as Atlanta’s main center fielder, playing in 71 games with .287/.325/.500 12 home runs, 39 RBIs and 13 steals. In June, he was selected as the rookie of the month in the National League.
According to the Atlanta club, Harris, a native of Georgia, made his big league debut at the age of 21 years and 82 days, and is the youngest Georgian player to make his debut since the Braves moved from Milwaukee to Atlanta in 1966. 코인파워볼
Harris, who signed a long-term contract with his hometown team in his debut season, took the first step toward becoming Atlanta’s “home town star.”