Giovanni Urshela will play the 2023 Major League Baseball season with the Angels. The Cartagena player will have a significant salary increase, compared to what he earned in 2022; however, this will be below what he aspired to and for which it was necessary to take the case to salary arbitration. Gio percibira $8,400,000 per year, $700,000 per month, what would today’s conversion be 3,418 million Colombian pesos.
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The Colombian baseball player, who will complete his eighth day in MLB. The Twins traded third base Gio Urshela to Angelina Friday for the minor league right-hander Alexandre Hidalgo. Salary arbitration was a valuable part of the Cartagena man leaving the team, after being the only player to Minnesota did not offer him a contract, among those eligible for arbitration.
Urshela was fundamental at this depth in the 22 in between of an extreme wave of injuries on the Twins roster. He was durable and productive, tying the team lead with a career-high 144 games played. The average of Urshela was the highest by a qualified third baseman for the Twins since Nick Point in 2006, and his stats remained steady throughout the year, with a penchant for crucial hits.
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The Colombian continues to recover from the injury sustained in October 2022. The Brazilian, on the other hand, is said to be looking for a way out in French football.
In 2022, Urshela won $6,550,000 with the Minnesota twins. Colombia will have 16 representatives in the pre-season of the major league baseball, which will start on February 20 and last for a month until March 30, when the pre-season begins. These are:
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Nabil Crismatt and Julio Tehran – San Diego Padres
Guillermo Zúñiga and Oscar Mercado – Cardinals of St. Louis
Danis Correa – Chicago Dogs
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Gio Urshela, the Colombian with the best performance of the 2022 major league regular season
The third baseman Minnesota twins in 2022, Giovanni Urshela, He was the Colombian who, in the 2022 regular season, had the best individual performance in Major League Baseball in the United States. This, despite the fact that his ninth was excluded from the “playoffs”, in the central division of the American League.
Although his compatriot Harold Ramirez hit a slightly higher batting average (.303 to .285 for Urshela) and will make the playoffs with the Tampa Bay Rays, there’s no doubt that Urshela’s contributions on offense and defense in his ninth kept them hoping to advance for much of the regular season.
In 142 matches played (his career high since reaching the majors in 2015) Urshela converted 34 visits (this season he reached 100 major league hits), 27 doubles, 3 triples, 59 runs scored and 13 home runs. also towed 62 tracks and maintains an average of .759 in terms of times he successfully reaches first base.
These numbers consolidate him as a Colombian with the best performance in MLB. As if that weren’t enough, he also contributes in the defensive phases of matches.
At 30, of which he has spent seven in the major leagues, Urshela is at the peak of his ability as a baseball player, as his numbers this season demonstrate, confirming his numbers this year with the Twins, ninth where he arrived in 2022 after playing for three years with the New York Yankees.
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