Manny Ramirez hasn’t played professional baseball since 2014, but you’d never know it by looking at his new contract with Japan’s Shikoku Island League.
The former MLB outfielder, who played in 12 All-Star games and won two World Series Championships throughout his major-league career, will reportedly be entitled to unlimited sushi as part of his new contract with the Kochi Island Fighting Dogs.
Ramirez, 44, first reached an agreement with the Fighting Dogs in January, but certain details of his contract were not made public until they were published online over the weekend.
In addition to Ramirez’s all-you-can-eat sushi, his contract also entitles him to several other perks, reports Yakyubd.com, via The Boston Globe. The swankiest among them include the use of a Mercedes, along with a driver, a private hotel suite during road games– and the option to skip practices whenever he wants.