There, Jonathan Loáisiga went 3-1, 4.32 with 58 strikeouts and just four walks in 45 innings in his first six starts. In order to replace the injured Masahiro Tanaka, the Yankees called him up to the Show on June 12th.
Jonathan Loáisiga made his MLB debut on June 15th. In light of the fact that he was already a member of the team’s 40-man roster rather than other elite pitching prospects, he was chosen for the assignment.
In his first game against the Tampa Bay Rays, he performed admirably, allowing no runs on three hits in a 5-0 victory. On June 25, he held the Philadelphia Phillies to just one hit and two walks while claiming a 4-2 victory.
Only Carlos Santana’s leadoff walk in the 5th inning, and Jorge Alfaro’s leadoff single in the 6th inning gave him his first hit; he was relieved by David Robertson, who didn’t allow either runner to score after walking and grounding out.
He was 2-0, 5.11 in nine games, including four starts, for the Yankees.
Jonathan Loáisiga Salary
Jonathan Loaisiga is paid an average of $1,650,000 each year. Loaisiga will be paid a base salary of $1,650,000 in 2022.
Jonathan Loáisiga Net Worth
Jonathan Loaisiga has a net worth estimation of $1.5 million
Jonathan Loáisiga Contract
The New York Yankees have signed Jonathan Loaisiga to a one-year, $1,650,000 contract that includes a $1,650,000 guarantee.