Washington Nationals just re-signed utility player Josh Harrison for another season, giving him a million dollar contract and a 250k performance bonus if he can improve his playing in the MLB.
With an embarrassing MLB Season after winning it all in the 2019 MBL Season, the Nationals decided they could improve a little bit by keeping Josh Harrison as their utility player for the 2021 season.
An additional $250,000 is available in plate appearance incentives.
— Today in MLB (@TodayintheMLB) October 22, 2020
Now, Harrison could prove his worth, and earning $250,000 dollars plus his yearly salary. The only thing he has to do, is to get some good number at plate appearances, so... let's get to work. Josh Harrison got 2 home runs, 22 hits, 14 RBIs and .278 BA during his 2020 MLB Season, which could be better next year assuming it'll be a 162-game season instead of another 60-game one.