How much is Luis Arraez’s salary?

Last Modified Apr 22, 2024 14:20 GMT
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Luis Sangel Arraez is a second baseman for the Miami Marlins in Major League Baseball (MLB). He signed with the Minnesota Twins as an international free agent on November 21, 2013 and eventually made his MLB debut for the Minnesota Twins on May 18, 2019.

Luis Arraez was born on April 9, 1997 in San Felipe, Venezuela. He is known for his hitting capabilities, which has earned him the nickname “La Regadera” (“The Sprinkler”). He is a two-time MLB All-Star player, two-time batting champion and two-time Silver Slugger Award winner. Luis Arraez has scored a batting average of .323 with 24 home runs, 204 RBIs, 11 stolen bases, .378 OBP and .801 OPS in his career so far. He also hit for the cycle on behalf of the Marlins on April 11, 2023. Outside of MLB, Arraez had also represented Team Venezuela at the international level and won a gold medal for his efforts.


Luis Arraez’s salary

Luis Arraez is all set to earn $10,600,000 from the 2024 MLB season. He signed a 1-year contract worth $10,600,000 with the Miami Marlins on February 14, 2024, thereby settling in arbitration. Based on the contract, he has been guaranteed the same amount with the same annual average salary. He will be kickstarting his unrestricted free agency in 2026.

Luis Arraez’s career earnings

Luis Arraez has been a part of the MLB for six seasons as of 2024. He will be making a career earning $10,600,000 from the 2024 MLB season. He made a career earning of $6,100,000 from the 2023 MLB season, $2,125,000 from the 2022 MLB season and $611,000 from the 2021 MLB season.

Throughout Luis Arraez's six years in the MLB, he has earned $20,057,805, including his total base salary of $20,017,805 and his total signing bonus of $40,000.

Luis Arraez’s contract history

These are all the contracts that Luis Arraez had signed in his career as of April 2024-

2013

Luis Aarrez signed a contract with the Minnesota Twins and received a signing bonus of $40,000 on November 21, 2013.

2020

Luis Arraez signed a 1-year contract worth $596,000 with the Minnesota Twins on March 5, 2020.

2021

Luis Arraez signed a 1-year contract worth $611,000 with the Minnesota Twins on March 1, 2021.

2022

Luis Arraez avoided arbitration and signed a 1-year $2.125 million contract with the Minnesota Twins on May 1, 2022.

2023

Luis Arraez was traded by the Minnesota Twins on January 20, 2023 to the Miami Marlins in exchange for Byron Chourio, Jose Salas and Pablo Lopez. He then avoided arbitration and signed a 1-year $6.1 million contract with the Minnesota Twins on February 2, 2023.

2024

Luis Arraez settled in arbitration and signed a 1-year contract worth $10.6 million with the Miami Marlins on February 14, 2024.



Luis Arraez's Salary FAQs

A. Luis Arraez is currently 27 years old as of April 2024.

A. Luis Arraez has previously played for the Minnesota Twins in MLB. He is currently playing for the Miami Marlins in the MLB.

A. Luis Arraez is a second baseman in baseball. He bats left-handed and throws right-handed.

A. Luis Arraez is 5’10” in height and weighs 175 lbs.

A. Luis Arraez has scored 24 home runs so far in his career as of April 2024.

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