Seranthony Dominguez agrees to a 2-year contract extension with the Phillies
The Philadelphia Phillies and right-handed reliever Seranthony Dominguez are in agreement on a 2-year contract extension with a club option in 2025.
Seranthony Dominguez Gets 2-Year Extension
The Phillies now have their top two guys from last season locked up for the future. Over the past few weeks, both Seranthony Dominguez and Jose Alvarado agreed on new deals to remain in Philly. Dominguez and the Phillies did not agree on a deal and it looked like they might head to arbitration hearings, but the two sides have now agreed on a wallet-friendly two-year extension.
Seranthony will make $2.5M in 2023, $4.5M in 2024, and an $8M club option in 2025 (500k buyout).
Dominguez has been crucial for the Phillies ever since he returned from injury that kept him out for nearly two and a half years. Seranthony got his first taste of playoff baseball last season and didn’t let the team down, tallying a 1.69 in nine total games with 18 strikeouts and just seven hits allowed.
Seranthony now enters his fourth healthy season with the Phillies and looks to build off a strong 2022 campaign where he threw 51 total innings, allowing 17 earned runs and striking out 61 batters.
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