How much is Sean Murphy’s salary?

Last Modified Jul 12, 2023 10:11 GMT
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Sean Michael Murphy is a catcher in American baseball. He has previously played for the Oakland Athletics. He is currently playing for the Atlanta Braves in MLB.


Sean Murphy was born on October 4, 1994 in Peekskill, New York. He made his MLB debut for the Oakland Athletics on September 4, 2019. He is known for hitting his first home run in his MLB debut game. He won the Gold Glove Award in 2021. In 2023, Sean Murphy is all set to make his first All-Star game debut as a catcher for the National League team and also representing the Atlanta Braves.


Sean Murphy has notched up a batting average of .248 with 63 home runs, 202 RBI, 1 stolen base, .339 OBP and .797 OPS. He is currently on a contract with the Braves for 6 years and hopes to be a valuable asset to the team.


Sean Murphy's Salary

In 2023, Sean Murphy, will earn a salary of $4,000,000. This is because of the 6-year contract worth $73 million extension that he signed with the Braves in December 2022. It surpasses his previous contract of $725,000 with the Oakland Athletics.


Sean Murphy’s Contract History

Sean Murphy was drafted by the Oakland Athletics during the third round of the 2016 MLB Draft. He signed a contract with the team on June 15, 2016. He got a signing bonus of $753,100 from the team. He made his debut for the team on September 4, 2019.


Oakland Athletics (2020-2020)

Sean Murphy signed a 1-year contract worth $563,500 with the Oakland Athletics on March 5, 2020.


Oakland Athletics (2021-2021)

Sean Murphy signed a 1-year contract worth $575,500 with Oakland Athletics on March 18, 2021.


Oakland Athletics (2022-2022)

Sean Murphy signed a 1-year contract worth $725,000 with Oakland Athletics on March 1, 2022. However, on December 12, 2022, he was traded to Atlanta Braves as part of a 3-team trade.


Atlanta Braves (2022-2028)

Sean Murphy signed a 6-year contract worth $73 million with the Atlanta Braves on December 27, 2022. This contract also provides him with a club option in 2029.


Sean Murphy’s Career Earnings

In 2023, after playing 5 MLB se4asons , Sean Murphy will have a total career earning of $6,348,840. This includes his signing bonus of $753,100 and his total salary of $5,595,740.



FAQs

A. Sean Murphy is 28 years old.

A. Sean Murphy is a catcher in baseball. He bats and throws right-handed.

A. Sean Murphy has previously played for the Oakland Athletics. He is currently playing for the Atlanta Braves in MLB.

A. Sean Murphy has scored 63 home runs so far in his career.

A. Sean Murphy has signed a 6-year contract worth $73 million with the Atlanta Braves on December 27, 2022. It also allows him a club option in 2029.

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