After dominating the Korean Baseball Organization (KBO) this year, three-time World Series pitcher Eric Pedroia, 30, has confirmed his return to Major League Baseball (MLB).”Pedi has agreed to a two-year, $15 million contract with the Chicago White Sox,” ESPN’s Jeff Passan reported on social media platform X (formerly Twitter) on Saturday.After making $1 million in the 2023 season with the N.C. Dinos, Peddy makes a golden return to the big leagues with a significant raise.

Peddie led the KBO with a 20-6 record, a 2.00 ERA, and 209 strikeouts this season using a modified fastball sweeper. By leading the league in wins, ERA, and strikeouts, Peddie became the fourth pitcher in history to win the Pitcher’s Triple Crown, the fifth in KBO history, and the first foreign player to win 20 games and strike out 200 batters in a season.He was also the overwhelming favorite to win the Most Valuable Player (MVP) award at this year’s KBO Awards.From 2017 to last year, Pedi pitched in 102 major league games (88 starts) and 454⅓ innings in a Washington Nationals uniform, posting a 21-33 record with a 5.41 ERA.In the minors, he is 23-19 with a 3.69 ERA in 89 games (71 starts) and 390⅓ innings pitched.The Elephants went to great lengths to hold onto Peddy, including offering him a multi-year contract, 스포츠토토존 but were unable to keep their ace from leaving.

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