Corbin Burns (29), who publicly expressed discomfort with his team Milwaukee Brewers after losing in a salary adjustment, joined hands with a super agent.
John Heyman of the New York Post, a local media outlet in New York, reported on the 23rd (Korean time) that Burns had signed with Scott Boras’s Boras Corporation.
Previously, Burns lost a salary adjustment to Milwaukee last month. The difference between the two sides was only $740,000. Milwaukee disappointed the Cy Young ace for $740,000.
Burns later said, “I can’t deny that my relationship with the club has been hurt.” As a result, Burns’ departure from Milwaukee is being accepted as an established fact.
Burns, in his sixth year in the major leagues, received the National League Cy Young Award in 2021. He topped Jack Wheeler of Accumulation based on his earned run average and excellent detailed performance.
Following this, Burns threw 202 innings in 33 games last year, recording 12 wins and an average ERA of 2.94. He also won the division title with 243 strikeouts.
Burns has one salary adjustment left.먹튀검증 As a result, Burns will qualify as a free agent (FA) player after the 2024 season. He turns 31 in 2025, his first year in free agency.
It is noteworthy how big a contract Burns, who has joined hands with a super agent, can win in a free agency that is facing a relatively late age.