Dodgers’ Signing Kenta Maeda Makes Sense Now, And in Future

In his capacity as an Editorial Writer for, California Sports Lawyer, Jeremy Evans, has written an article about the Dodgers’ Signing Kenta Maeda and why it Makes Sense Now, And in Future!

"The Los Angeles Dodgers have signed Japanese right-handed star pitcher Kenta Maeda to an eight-year contract for a salary range over the deal from $25 million to $106.2 million (USD), plus the $20 million posting fee paid to his now former Japanese team.

The contract has many incentives and triggers for salary — all of which are based on Maeda’s on-field performance . . .

The Dodgers did their homework. We know that pitchers have an issue of breaking down. Instead of buying top of the market talent for top dollar, the Dodgers purchased top foreign talent under an incentive-laden deal. Then the Dodgers stocked the farm system and front office with lots of talent . . ."

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Jeremy M. Evans is the CEO, Founder & Managing Attorney of California Sports Lawyer® representing entertainment, media, and sports clients and is licensed to practice law in California.