Giants and Logan Webb reach a 5-year contract deal. Right-handed pitcher Logan Webb will receive $90 million throughout a new contract deal with the Giants that will run from the 2024 season through the 2028 season. The extension will begin in 2024. In 2024, Webb’s earnings are expected to be $8 million, followed by $12 million in the following year, $23 million in 2026, $23 million in 2027, and $24 million in 2028.
In addition, Webb has agreed to contribute the following amounts to the Giants Community Fund over the next seven years: $40,000 in 2024, $60,000 in 2025, $115,000 in 2026, $115,000 in 2027, and $120,000 in 2028.
After graduating from Rocklin (California) High School and being selected by the Giants in the fourth round of the 2014 draught, Webb debuted in the Big Leagues at 22. He is currently playing in his fifth season at the level of the major leagues. He has thrown 451.2 innings while striking out 426 batters and posting a record of 31-22 with a 3.59 ERA.
After his breakout season in 2021, Webb has established himself as one of the top pitchers in MLB. Webb pitched 340.2 innings during the previous two seasons (2021 and 2022), compiling the following statistics: an earned run average of 2.96, a groundball percentage of 58.4%, a strikeout percentage of 23.2%, and a walk percentage of 6.1%.
Webb has made two career playoff appearances, the most recent in the 2021 Division Series against Los Angeles-NL. In those games, he pitched 14.2 innings, with 17 strikeouts and walked only one batter.