Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Spencer Turnbull throws a football during a...

Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Spencer Turnbull throws a football during a baseball spring training workout Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2024, in Clearwater, Fla. Credit: AP/Charlie Neibergall

CLEARWATER, Fla. — Right-hander Spencer Turnbull can earn $2 million in performance bonuses for starts and innings as part of his $2 million, one-year contract with the Philadelphia Phillies.

Turnbull would get $200,000 each for 12 starts and each additional two through 20 as part of the deal announced Feb. 14.

He also would earn $200,000 for 40 innings and each additional 20 through 120.

Turnbull enters the season with 5 years, 20 days of major league service, and his contract specifies he will become a free agent at the end of the agreement.

Turnbull was 1-4 with a 7.26 ERA in seven starts for Detroit last year. The 31-year-old had Tommy John surgery on July 29, 2021, and returned to a major league mound last April 1. He didn’t pitch after May 6 because of neck discomfort.

Turnbull pitched a no-hitter at Seattle on May 18, 2021, his only complete game in 60 major league starts. A second-round draft pick by the Tigers in 2014, he was 12-29 with a 4.55 ERA in five seasons with Detroit.

He became a free agent in November when the Tigers failed to offer a 2024 contract.

Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Kolby Allard throws in the fourth inning...

Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Kolby Allard throws in the fourth inning of a spring training baseball game against the Toronto Blue Jays Thursday, Feb. 29, 2024, in Dunedin, Fla. Credit: AP/Charlie Neibergall

Left-hander Kolby Allard can earn $125,000 in performance bonuses for innings as part of his one-year contract. The deal, announced Jan. 23, calls for a $1 million salary while in the major leagues and $325,000 while in the minors. He would get $375,000 in termination pay if released.

Allard can earn $25,000 each for 20 innings and each additional 20 through 100.

The 26-year-old pitched in just four games last season for Atlanta. He spent four seasons with Texas and is 9-24 with a 6.10 ERA and one save over parts of six major league seasons with the Braves and Rangers.

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