LOS ANGELES – California’s Trevor Bauer returns home to play for the Los Angeles Dodgers, the World Cup.
The winner of Cy Young Nationale in 2020 announced it in a two-minute video on Twitter.
Several media outlets are talking about a $ 102 million contract over three years.
The 30-year-old shooter was born in North Hollywood, went to high school in Santa Clarita and played with UCLA.
Bauer joins a major league baseball tournament with an average of 3.02 last season.
The Dodgers punctured it all with a first title since 1988.
In that rotation, Clayton Kershaw has three Cy Young trophies, and David Price claims one.
Bauer is 75-64 and has an average of 3.90 in nine years in the majors.
In 2017, he won 17 victories, and in 2018, he was one of the Americans’ all-stars, along with Cleveland.
Arizona pulled Bauer third overall in 2011. He also played for Cincinnati.
– Associated Press
The Canadian Press