Corbin has a tremendous start to 2018 with a 3-0, 1.65 ERA after four outings. The fourth, on April 17th, was the finest of his career, as he held the San Francisco Giants hitless until the eighth inning when two were out.
Brandon Belt’s no-hitter attempt came to an end with a squibbler to third base, which had been vacated due to a defensive shift.
The game was still 0-0 at that point, but he lay down a sacrifice bunt in the bottom of the inning to get Jarrod Dyson into scoring position, where he was driven in by David Peralta for the game’s sole run.
Corbin finished off his one-hitter with a perfect ninth inning, giving him his first career shutout.
He was selected to the All-Star Game for the second time, and while his record was just 11-7, his other statistics were impressive: a 3.15 ERA, 246 strikeouts, and only 162 hits allowed in 200 innings.
When Corbin became a free agency following the 2018 season, he was widely regarded as the finest starting pitcher available, sparking a bidding war among a number of teams who were reportedly interested in his services.
On December 4th, the Washington Nationals won out by offering him a $140 million six-year contract. In 33 starts, he was 14-7 with a 3.25 ERA with 238 strikeouts in 202 innings.
In the postseason, he was 2-2 with a 5.84 ERA, with the World Series being his finest outing.
Patrick Corbin Contract
Patrick Corbin agreed to a six-year, $140 million contract with the Washington Nationals, which included a $2 million signing bonus and a $140 million guaranteed contract.
Patrick Corbin Salary
Corbin is paid an average of $23,333,333 per year. Corbin will be paid a basic salary of $23,000,000 in 2022.
Patrick Corbin Net Worth
Patrick Corbin has a net worth estimation of $10 million to 20 million.