What Is Bryson Stott Salary: How Much Does Bryson Stott Make?

How Much Does Bryson Stott Make?

Bryson Stott makes an annual salary of $700,000

 

Stott has only appeared in ten games and 41 plate appearances above Double-A.

Dombrowski has made no promises about new shortstops. After Didi Gregorius struggled on both sides of the ball in 2021, he simply stated that the squad needs to improve at the position.



Bryson Stott
Bryson Stott

In 2022, Gregorius is still under contract for $15.2 million. He underwent surgery to correct his shaky right elbow. He’s been warned, and he knows he’ll have to improve in 2022.

His prior employment will not be returned to him. Gregorius will be pushed in camp by Stott, a 24-year-old UNLV product.

Stott was indeed the Phillies’ first-round pick in 2019, and the team is in desperate need of a first-round pick after witnessing another one slip away without impacting the big club this week.

(Cornelius Randolph, the Phillies’ 10th-round choice in 2015, was a minor-league free agent earlier this week. He never made it to the majors.)

Stott hit .299 with 26 doubles, 16 home runs, and a.390 on-base percentage at three levels of the minors in 2021. He’s been pitching effectively in the Arizona Fall League and was chosen as an All-Star on Wednesday.

However, it’s his ability to play shortstop that matters in this winter’s free-agent market.

There are a slew of elite shortstops on the market (Carlos Correa, Trevor Story, Marcus Semien, and Corey Seager, to name a few), but with Stott on his way to Philadelphia and gaps to fill in the outfield and bullpen, the Phillies may choose to focus their efforts elsewhere.

At least, that’s the attitude Dave Dombrowski is putting out right now in the offseason.