On July 25, he was called back up, and for the rest of the season, he served largely as a reliever. After hitting Justin Smoak with a pitch on September 26, Severino was dismissed for the first time in his Major League career.
This came after J. A. Happ, the Blue Jays’ starting pitcher, hit Chase Headley with a pitch in the first inning and he elbowed Josh Donaldson.
Severino had a 3-8 record and a 5.83 ERA at the end of the 2016 campaign. He had an 0-8 record, an 8.50 ERA, and a 1.78 WHIP in his 11 starts. He did, however, have a 3-0 record, a 0.39 ERA, and a 0.77 WHIP in his 11 relief appearances.
Severino was selected as the Yankees’ fourth starter after Spring Training. On April 13, 2017, as the Yankees defeated the Tampa Bay Rays 3-2, Severino fanned a career-high 11 batters in seven innings.
The Chicago White Sox defeated Severino in his subsequent start, a career-high eight innings and ten strikeouts later, 4-1. On April 26, Severino faced off against the Boston Red Sox and threw seven scoreless innings.
On May 24, Severino faced the Kansas City Royals and threw eight scoreless innings. He had a 2.75 ERA and a 5-2 record as of June 10.
Luis Severino Contract
With the New York Yankees, Luis Severino inked a four-year, $40 million deal that features a $2 million signing bonus and $40 million in guaranteed money.
Luis Severino Salary
The annual average income of Luis Severino is $10,000,000. Severino will earn a basic salary of $11,000,000 in 2022.
Luis Severino Net Worth
Luis Severino has a net worth of $5 million to $10 million