The San Diego Padres embraced catcher Pedro Severino (29).
MLB.com said on the 20th (Korean time) that San Diego has agreed to a split contract with Severino, which has different conditions depending on the Major League and Minor League affiliations.
If Severino goes up to the big leagues, he can get a $1.95 million salary plus $550,000 in incentives.
Severino, who made his big league debut with the Washington Nationals in 2015, went through the Baltimore Orioles and Milwaukee Brewers. 스포츠토토
He was suspended for 80 games in April for taking the banned drug clomiphene. At the time, Severino explained that clomiphene was contained in the medicine prescribed for the treatment of infertility.
Due to this, in the 2022 season, he only played 8 games for Milwaukee.
His career average is 0.235 with 33 home runs and 134 RBIs in 370 games.
With Austin Nola serving as their starting catcher, San Diego will look to Severino for a backup role along with Luis Campsano and Brett Sullivan.