Eric Peddie, 30, the three-time pitching champion who dominated Korean professional baseball this year, has finally returned to Major League Baseball (MLB). On the 6th, baseball reporters from major media outlets such as ESPN, the New York Post, and USA Today announced on social media that “Peddie has agreed to a two-year contract with the Chicago White Sox for a total of $15 million (approximately 19.6 billion won).”

Peddy is a former major leaguer who wore a Washington Nationals uniform from 2017 to last year. In 102 career big league games (88 starts), he went 21-33 with a 5.41 ERA. This year, he moved to NC in the KBO (Korea Baseball Organization) and was paid the new foreign player salary cap of $1 million (approximately 1.3 billion won). He was dominant throughout the season, 온라인카지노 leading the league in wins (20), ERA (2.00), and strikeouts (209). He was also voted Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the season by a landslide.

NC went to great lengths to retain him, including offering him a multi-year contract, but Pedi ultimately chose the “stage of his dreams. The day before, it was reported that “Peddy is expected to sign a two-year, $10 million deal with an MLB organization,” but the actual deal was bigger than that. In addition to the White Sox, the New York Mets were reportedly in the mix for Pedi.


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