Manny Ramirez's Japanese Baseball Contract Perks Include All-You-Can-Eat Sushi

Rivea RuffContributorMarch 13, 2017

This photo taken on March 27, 2013 shows former Boston Red Sox slugger Manny Ramirez speaking during a press conference following his debut game on the island after joining the EDA Rhinos in March, in Taiwan's southern Kaohsiung baseball stadium.       AF
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Manny Ramirez will be living high on the hog in Japan. 

The former Red Sox slugger recently signed a contract with a team in an independent league in Japan, and his deal includes some cushy perks, according to (h/t Alex Speier of The Boston Globe). 

As a batter for the Kochi Island Fighting Dogs, Ramirez will enjoy chauffeur services in a Mercedes with a personal driver as well as his own hotel suite on team road trips. If that's not enough, practice is not a requirement for Ramirez, and he gets his fill of unlimited sushi all season long. 

Not too shabby. Maybe MLB could learn a thing or two about pampering players.