It’s official. The 2019 KBO MVP Josh Lindblom has left the league.Josh Lindblom [NEWS1]The Milwaukee Brewers signed a three-year contract with pitcher Lindblom on Wednesday. ESPN reported, “Lindblom’s contract will be for three years and guarantee $9.125 million, according to a source. With performance bonuses, it can max at more than $18 million.”As Lindblom’s annual salary with the Doosan Bears this season was at $1.92 million, he will be making about 3.1 times more with his return to the majors.Before Lindblom joined the KBO, he turned pro in the United States, drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the second round of the 2008 MLB draft. After years of playing in minor league clubs, Lindblom finally made his major league debut with the Dodgers as a relief pitcher in 2011.Lindblom was traded to the Philadelphia Phillies the following season. After making brief major league appearances with the Phillies, Lindblom once again switched clubs, joining the Texas Rangers and, before arriving in the KBO, he played for the Oakland Athletics and the Pittsburgh Pirates, mostly in the minor leagues. By signing a contract with the Lotte Giants in December 2014, Lindblom finally made his way to Korea. Although he didn’t see… Read full this story
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