MLB: How many more million will Juan Soto make after MVP-caliber season?

The off season for Season 2022 of MLB It has already started and in the coming weeks the new negotiations that the teams and their players agree to with the respective adjustments will be announced. salary. One that will most likely receive a increase by Washington Nationals it is Juan Soto, who had an MVP-caliber 2021 campaign.

According to specialized sites like MLB Trade Rumors, the Juan Soto’s projected salary for 2022 is $ 16.2 million dollars, which he will receive from Washington Nationals.

The Dominican will go through his third arbitration process this offseason, in which he will seek a raise to the $ 15,500,000 he received for his participation in the just ended season.

Soto Pacheco had a 2021 in which he went from less to more and in which he reached historical numbers, which put him among the candidates to consider for the MVP Most Valuable Player award.

Juan Soto finished the MLB season with 151 games played with the Washington Nationals, in which he averaged .313 in batting, had a .465 OPS, 29 home runs and 95 RBIs.

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MLB: How many more million will Juan Soto make after MVP-caliber season?