Braves All-Star Morton signs one-year, $20m extension
Braves pitcher and two-time All-Star Charlie Morton penned a one-year, $20m extension in Atlanta, where he has a $20m option for 2023.
Atlanta Braves star Charlie Morton signed a new contract with the MLB franchise, it was announced on Monday.
Braves ace and two-time All-Star Morton penned a one-year, $20million extension in Atlanta, where the starting pitcher has a $20m option for 2023.
Morton returned to the Braves this season following his exploits during the Tampa Bay Rays' run to the 2020 World Series, having been drafted by Atlanta in 2002.
Morton extends Braves stay
The 37-year-old – a World Series winner with the Houston Astros in 2017 – debuted for the Braves in 2008 before leaving the following year.
Morton has starred in his second stint with the Braves, going 13-5 with a 3.47 ERA in 28 starts this season.
He has 185 strikeouts in 2021 – tied for eighth, while he is fifth for winning percentage (.722).
The Braves (72-64) top the National League (NL) East.
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