Buck Showalter’s three-year Mets deal worth $11.25 million

The Mets spent a couple of dollars to get their Buck.

Buck Showalter’s three-year deal to handle the Mets is value $11.25 million, an business supply confirmed on Tuesday. MLB Community first reported the overall worth of the deal.

The Publish first reported final month that Showalter’s deal was the biggest for a supervisor in franchise historical past, eclipsing the $9.4 million contract over 4 years that Artwork Howe obtained earlier than the 2003 season. Now the Showalter numbers are recognized.

Showalter’s deal requires him to obtain salaries of $3.5 million, $3.75 million and $4 million over the lifetime of the deal, the supply confirmed.

Terry Francona and Joe Maddon are believed to be MLB’s highest-paid managers, within the $4 million-a-year strata.


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