Julio Rodríguez emerged as the team’s most valuable player, hitting third and starting in right field. In the opener, he singled off Luis Cruz and scored on a Juan Francisco single for the team’s first run; he also had two runs in the triumph over Puerto Rico.
He singled off Edwin Jackson and drove in the tying run in the sixth inning against event champion Team USA, but the Dominicans were defeated.
In a victory over Nicaragua, he went 3-for-5 with two home runs and three RBI. He went 2-for-4 with a walk, run, and RBI in the Super Round to beat Venezuela and was 2-for-4 with a walk, run, and RBI in the Final Olympic Qualifier to beat Canada.
In a 6-5 triumph, his ninth-inning single off former Rolaids Relief Award winner John Axford drove in Gustavo Nez with the winning run.
In five games, he hit.458/.480/.708 with seven runs and seven RBI while playing error-free defense.
He was the event’s run leader (one ahead of Liberato, Luke Williams, and Roel Santos) and hit leader (two ahead of Liberato, Luke Williams, and Roel Santos) (11, 3 more than anyone else).
He was also tied for fourth in home runs, second in RBI (two behind Francisco), and third in total bases (tied with Liberato) (17).
Julio Rodríguez Contract
The Seattle Mariners have signed Julio Rodriguez to a one-year, $700,000 contract, with $700,000 guaranteed.
Julio Rodríguez Salary and Net Worth
Julio Rodriguez is paid an average of $700,000 each year. Rodriguez will be paid a base salary of $700,000 in 2022. Julio Rodríguez has a net worth estimation of $500,000 to $1,000,000.