‘Super utility’ playing 7 positions, 3-year, $8.875 million contract extension with Seattle

 Reporter Yoon-Jun Ko = Dylan Moore, who plays as a ‘super utility’ for the Seattle Mariners, has agreed to a three-year contract extension.

ESPN reporter Jeff Passan said on the 2nd (Korean time), “According to sources, Seattle and Moore have agreed to a three-year, $8.875 million extension. This includes the remaining two arbitration seasons and a one-year free agency period. He will wear a Seattle uniform through 2025.” 먹튀검증

Moore was selected by the Texas Rangers in the 2015 draft, but experienced trades and releases. He subsequently signed a major league contract with Seattle in 2019, making his big league debut.

Moore has a career batting average of 0.208 with 35 homers, 112 RBIs and 65 stolen bases for a 0.701 OPS. Last year, he had a batting average of .224 with 6 homers, 24 RBI, 41 points and 21 stolen bases for an OPS of .753. Although his batting statistics are not flashy, he is loved by fans for his good performance in the right place.

In particular, he is a useful player in defense, and last year he played the main position second base, first base, third base, shortstop, all positions in the outfield, and designated hitter. He also plays above average defense at every position.

He is expected to play the same role this season as well, playing an active part in the team as a backup, pinch hitter, and substitute runner for all positions except catcher.

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