Boone Logan, Milwaukee Brewers finalize $2.5 million, 1-year contract

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DETROIT, MI - MAY 2: Boone Logan #48 of the Cleveland Indians pitches against the Detroit Tigers during the eighth inning at Comerica Park on May 2, 2017 in Detroit, Michigan. The Tigers defeated the Indians 5-2. (Photo by Duane Burleson/Getty Images)

MILWAUKEE — Reliever Boone Logan and the Milwaukee Brewers have finalized a $2.5 million, one-year contract.

The 33-year-old left-hander was 1-0 with a 4.71 ERA in 38 games for Cleveland last year, striking out 28 in 21 innings. He is 29-23 with a 4.47 ERA and three saves in 619 relief appearances for the Chicago White Sox (2006-08), Atlanta (2009), the New York Yankees (2010-13), Colorado (2014-16) and Cleveland (2017).

Logan has a $1,875,000 salary this year, and the Brewers have a $2,125,000 option for 2019 with a $625,000 buyout.

He can earn an additional $3.2 million annually in performance bonuses, of which $2.2 million are for games and $1 million for innings.

Logan would get $50,000 for 25 games, $100,000 each for 30 and 35, $150,000 apiece for 40, 45 and 50, $200,000 each for 55 and 60, $250,000 apiece for 65 and 70, and $300,000 each for 75 and 80.

He would get $200,000 for 35 innings, $250,000 each for 45 and 55 and $300,000 for 65.

Milwaukee cleared a roster spot by releasing right-hander Taylor Jungmann, who plans to sign with a team in Japan. Jungmann was the 12th overall selection in the 2011 amateur draft.