Brad Penny and the Boston Red Sox finalized a deal Friday which will have Penny in Boston for 1-year, giving him $5-million.
Last season was Penny’s worst ever. He was on the disabled list for two months with shoulder tendinitis and bursitis. Penny went 6-9 with a 6.27 ERA. Nevertheless, the BoSox were able to look past Penny’s unusual and disappointing performance and knew he was not a player to pass up on.
In nine years with both the Florida Marlins and the Dodgers, Penny was 94-75.
Penny can earn additional bonuses:
- $500,000: 160 innings or 55 games
- $500,000: 170 innings or 65 games
- $500,000: 190 innings or 35 games
- $1 million: 200 innings or 50 games