Monday, February 12, 2007

Park's Contract

Matthew Cerrone writes about Chan Ho Park's contract and the full detail of it:

Chan Ho Park will be paid $600,000 this season if he makes the team’s opening day roster. He can earn up to $2.4 million in performance bonuses based on innings pitched.However, if Park does not make the opening day roster he will only be paid $150,000.

As Chris posted at MetsBlog a few days ago, Park has posted a 4.19 career ERA against teams from the National League East, other than the Mets.

Park has had the most success against the Phillies, compiling a 3.09 ERA in 70 innings pitched, and has had the most trouble facing the Braves, sporting a 5.67 ERA in 79 and two-thirds innings.

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