‘Endless extension contract’ Atlanta, also caught ‘WS winning manager’… baton up to 25 years

The Atlanta Braves, who had been trying to ‘protect the rabbit’ by signing extension contracts with many players, this time signed an extension contract with the command tower.

Atlanta said on its official website on the 28th (Korean time), “The club agreed on a contract extension to the 2025 season with coach Brian Sneaker that day. He won the World Series championship in the 2021 season, and last season he played a great role with 101 wins.”

Coach Sneaker took the temporary baton after manager Freddy Gonzalez was sacked in 2016, and later officially took over as manager. 먹튀검증

He has led the National League East Division 1st since 2018, and following the National League Manager Award, he won the World Series in the 2021 season, putting the team at the highest level in 26 years. Coach Sneaker recorded 542 wins and 451 losses in his seven-year major league career.

Coach Sneaker, who signed a 2+1 year contract with Atlanta before the start of the 2021 season, has already extended the contract until next year. However, with his contract extension, he will lead Atlanta until the 2025 season.

‘MLB.com’ said, “Coach Sneaker is the first manager in Atlanta franchise history to reach the postseason five times in his first six seasons. He will be 70 by the time his contract expires.”

Meanwhile, Atlanta is choosing to sign extension contracts with a number of players. He signed long-term contracts with Ronald Acuna Jr., Michael Harris II, Austin Riley, Matt Olsen, Azi Albis, and Spencer Strider, and also signed a six-year, $73 million contract with Sean Murphy, who was recently acquired through a trade.

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