Venezuelan second baseman Rougned Odor28 years old and 1.80 meters tall, for example, it will not really cost the Baltimore Orioles nothing more than a minimum wage, according to data from journalist Mark Polishuk of MLB Trade Rumors.
The Texas Rangers remain responsible for the rest of the $15.3 million ($12.3 million in 2022 salary$3 million for his 2023 option purchase) owed to Odor, under the terms of Texas’ original extension with the infielder in March 2017:
Price might have been a bigger factor than on-field performance for the Orioles, since since wins and losses aren’t important to a team not trying to compete, getting Odor for next to nothing might be preferable to giving guarantees. more significant as money to Colombian Donovan Solano in a one-year contract.
Odor in 2017, who signed said contract with Rangers, earned 1.3 million dollars, in 2018 it rose to 3.3, while in 2019 he obtained 7.8 and in 2020 a total of 9.3. Already in 2021 he went to the New York Yankees with the original salary of 12.3 million dollars from Rangers, who paid 11.7 of that amount.
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MLB: The player who left the Orioles almost free and that Rangers will have to pay 15 million dollars for him