Per Ken Rosenthal, Drew Pomeranz will receive $34 million from the Padres over the next four years, with a majority of that salary being paid in the final two years of the contract. Pomeranz will also receive an $8 million signing bonus. (Ken Rosenthal on Twitter)
Pomeranz had an excellent second half of 2019, posting a 1.96 ERA with 57 strikeouts and 10 walks over 36 2/3 innings of work. He will join a bullpen lead by elite closer Kirby Yates, meaning the road to fantasy relevance is a little unclear for Pomeranz. He is currently projected for a setup role, leaving him as an option in hold leagues with potential for saves if Yates misses any time in 2020.