In his sixth game of the 2021 season, which took place on April 6th, he became the first player in the majors to have a three-homer game that season.
He also tied a club record with 14 total bases in a game that his team lost to the Arizona Diamondbacks by a score of 10-8. His performance was a great way to get the 2021 season off to a strong start.
He set a new peak for his career in hitting. He did this while playing in 151 games, which was also a career-high, and he had 32 doubles, 23 home runs, and 86 RBIs.
He started 113 games at third base, where he replaced longtime regular Nolan Arenado, and 52 games at second base. He also made appearances at both positions.
On March 21st, 2022, just days before the start of the 2022 season, the Rockies extended his contract to include an additional six years and $70 million in total compensation.
This occurred just a few days after the Rox had acquired free agent Kris Bryant to a long-term deal.
However, with the addition of McMahon, it was decided that Bryant would play left field, with McMahon continuing to be the primary holder of the hot corner position.
Ryan McMahon Contract
The Colorado Rockies signed Ryan McMahon to a six-year, $70 million contract, with $70 million guaranteed.
Ryan McMahon Salary
Ryan McMahon earns an average of $11,666,667 a year. McMahon will be paid a base salary of $5,000,000 in 2022.
Ryan McMahon Net Worth
Ryan McMahon has a net worth estimation of $5 million to $10 million