Archie Bradley Contract, Salary and Net Worth

Archie Bradley

On April 28th, Archie was hit in the face by a line drive off the bat of Carlos Gonzalez, forcing him to depart a game against the Colorado Rockies.

He lay motionless on the mound for two minutes as trainers responded to him, but he was able to walk away on his own and ended up with a significantly swollen right cheek but no serious bodily injuries.

Archie Bradley
Archie Bradley

On May 16th, he was allowed to return to the mound. The injury left him psychologically scarred, as he became concerned with the possibility of being hit by a batted ball again.

As he says, the dread peaked on May 21st, when he faced Giancarlo Stanton of the Miami Marlins and the fear hit him hard: “I was worried about him hitting the ball at me instead of trying to get him out.”

The fact that he sought to return to a major league mound too quickly to prove to himself that he was over the incident when he could have taken a little more time and perhaps made a rehab start or two before facing major league batters, contributed to the problem.

He made a few more outings, but something wasn’t quite right, and on June 1st, he was shut down for the rest of the season due to a shoulder ailment, ending 2-3, 5.80 in eight starts.

Archie Bradley Contract

The Los Angeles Angels signed Archie Bradley to a one-year contract worth $3,750,000, with $3,750,000 guaranteed.

Archie Bradley  Salary

Archie Bradley has an annual salary of $3,750,000 on average.

Archie Bradley Net Worth

Archie Bradley’s net worth estimation is $1 million to $5 million