The contract of infielder Ryan O’Hearn has been chosen by Kansas City. When he first appears in a game with the Royals, he will make his Major League debut, becoming the sixth member of the 2018 Storm Chasers team to do so this season.
Ryan O’Hearn would also be the Royals’ 49th Storm Chaser to make his Major League debut since 2011.
O’Hearn had a .232 average (82-353), 47 runs, 21 doubles, one triple, 11 home runs, 52 RBI, 45 walks, and a .322 on-base percentage in 100 games with the Storm Chasers this season.
O’Hearn has hit .243 (186-766) with 95 runs, 47 doubles, two triples, 29 homers, and 105 RBI in two seasons with Omaha, dating back to last season.
He was drafted in the eighth round of the 2014 MLB Draft by the Royals out of Sam Houston State University.
Jorge López, a right-handed pitcher, has also been added to Omaha’s roster.
Lopez and outfielder Brett Phillips were traded to Kansas City from the Milwaukee Brewers on July 27 in exchange for former Storm Chasers infielder Mike Moustakas.
Lopez went 3-3 with a 5.65 ERA (18 ER/28.2 IP) in 24 appearances with Colorado Springs this season, including five saves and 23 strikeouts.
Ryan O’Hearn Contract
The Kansas City Royals signed Ryan O’Hearn to a one-year, $1,300,000 deal, with $1,300,000 guaranteed.
Ryan O’Hearn Salary
Ryan O’Hearn makes an annual average salary of $1,300,000.
Ryan O’Hearn Net Worth
Ryan O’Hearn has a net worth of $1.5 million to $3 million